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By Aliya Hall
The Creswell Chronicle 

Local photographers share plight of mustangs


January 24, 2019

Aliya Hall/The Creswell Chronicle

Maggie Rothauge with on of her wild horses.

When Creswell's Maggie Rothauge made the first trip over to Burns, Ore., in 2010 with her husband Farrel Rothauge to witness a Bureau of Land Management (BLM) mustang adoption, they first took a trip to the Steens to see the wild horses in person.

"We got up on that hillside and the snow was spitting, and the horses - not a lot of them - they were around us and I had my camera going. It was very exciting," she said. "We never made it back to the adoption center and went up the next day."

Since then, there was a time when they went over to the Steens every six weeks to stay for four days an...

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