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Bio – Ginger Kathrens
Ginger Kathrens is an Emmy Award-winning filmmaker and an award-winning author. She has filmed around the world for the Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, National Geographic, the BBC, and PBS. She has documented the wild horse, Cloud, ever since he tottered out of the forest with her mother over sixteen years ago and has documented his journey ever since. She produced the revealing journey with Cloud and the rest of the Pryor Mountain wild horses of Montana through her three acclaimed PBS: NATURE documentaries: Cloud: Wild Stallion of the Rockies, Cloud’s Legacy: The Wild Stallion Returns, and Cloud: Challenge of the Stallions. She has written three companion books about Cloud and dozens of magazine articles about wild horses.
Her revealing journey with wild horses represents the only continuing documentation of a wild animal from birth and has been compared to Jane Goodall’s experiences with Chimpanzees. Ginger is the founder and Volunteer Executive Director of The Cloud Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit dedicated to the preservation of wild horses on our public lands with special attention on isolated, historically significant and genetically unique herds like Cloud’s.
Ginger was born and raised in Bowling Green, Ohio, and is an honor graduate of Bowling Green State University and holds a Masters Degree from Florida State University. She lives on her ranch in southern Colorado with her Spanish mustangs Flint and Sky as well as her Pryor mustangs Trace and Sax.
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