Wild Equus Network promote welfare for domestically kept equines and conservation for wild and free-roaming equids around the world.
Only through education can gaps be bridged between sociocultural considerations, ethics and science. Wild Equus Network (WEN) proposes new strategies to help protect, manage and conserve wild equids, the habitats on which they rely.
Throughout this site you will find articles relating to the natural history, ethology, ecology, conservation, and welfare of domestic horses and other equids.
We also provide ethology field-based educational programs, which are oriented toward making a positive impact on the lives of wild, free-living, and domestic equids worldwide. Our activities revolve around ethology, the biological study of behaviour, and provide insight into the fascinating lives of horses, while confirming clear guidelines for better welfare-based management of free-populations and captive or domestic equids.