Here’s something most of us don’t see every day: wild mustangs running free! The hundred-plus wild horses who call this high desert preserve home are descended from the ones the Spanish brought to America in the 1500s, and they come in a multitude of colors—black, white strawberry roan, and everything in between. Chances of spotting them grazing, galloping, or even sparring are quite good, but even if you don’t, you might see coyote, pronghorn, or great horned owls among the badlands and steep cliffs. Check with the Bureau of Land Management for details on the likeliest places to look. Cody Wyoming Adventures ( also offers guided tours of the area for $33.