Brumby Bill goes to NSW Parliament to protect Brumbies

There is hope for NSW Brumbies as a bill to protect them goes to Parliament next week. If passed, the bill will reverse the decision to cull 90% of the horses in Kosi National Park and allow them to remain in non-sensitive areas.

Deputy NSW Premier John Barilaro said the cultural significance of the brumbies needed to be recognised.

Full story from ABC:

Culling of Kosciuszko brumbies to be banned under plan to protect ‘national icons’
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