Here’s some educational resources for those curious to learn more about Sable Island. Every website on this list shares a passion for the island, and each site is diverse in the knowledge and views it has of Sable.

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Friends of Sable Island Society – http://sableislandfriends.ca/ This is a great group of individuals devoted to the education, awareness, and preservation of Sable Island. Strongly suggest becoming part of their society and being more involved in everything Sable!

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Damien Lidgard – http://lidgardphotography.com/ Incredible researcher and photographer of Sable Island. His blog posts on his trips to Sable are worth a read. 

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McLoughlin Lab in Population Ecologyhttp://mcloughlinlab.ca/lab/ Phil McLoughlin is featured in the documentary “S(t)able Island”. His research team from the University of Sask. have an on-going study on the wild horse population. Keep posted on their findings to learn about the mysteries they unravel with their research. 

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A great read about the Sable Island horse’s origins, stories, and characteristics, is “The Horses of Sable Island” written by Barbara J Christie. It’s an older book that I believe is discounted, but with an internet search you should be able to order a used copy online. That’s how I found my copy.