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In a Province that sets international standards for the iconic symbolism of the Wild West lives a small herd of wild horses. They call Alberta’s Rocky Mountain foothills home, sharing a piece of crown land with logging, oil and gas, and thousands of heads of cattle: three of the Provinces largest industries. While annual government round-ups see them sent to slaughter for foreign meat markets, science and advocates argue they are an endangered native species.
With only 750 wild horses remaining and a fate engulfed in controversy, this film embarks on a compelling journey and asks us: Is there a place in Canada’s future for a heritage animal from our past?
Told through a collective voice, Lost in the Wind includes interviews and information concerning all sides involved. From the professor who provides irrefutable proof of their ‘native’ status to the government officials who view them as invasive. The purpose of this film is to address all perspectives, providing the viewer with the fact-based information required to make an informed personal conclusion about an urgent situation.
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