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Australia is said to have the largest wild population of camels in the world after being introduced to Australian during the 19th century. To put it into perspective, in 2008 Australia’s camel population was estimated at about one million and … Continue reading →
Are feral animals in Australia’s north really pests that need to be eradicated, or is the nation automatically pulling the trigger on non-native creatures without thinking? Is the world being denied the last vestiges of wild creatures that may benefit … Continue reading →
The September issue of Brumby Bridges is now available for viewing or downloading. Inside this issue: More Kosi Brumbies at the Sale Yard Brumby Week in Central Australia The Ngarigo, Djiringanj and the Brumby 2017 International Compassionate Conservation Conference … Continue reading →
Researchers have now found through tail hair analysis that before their extinction in the wild Przewalski’s horses had been on a different diet than today. Thanks to improved societal attitude, the horses have now access to richer pastures. In former … Continue reading →
In this issue: President’s Chat Brumby Bill Proposed by SMBUG Petition to Stop Live Export Member News Horse Pain Scale Research Editor’s Tail To view or download visit our Newsletter Page … Continue reading →