ABA Summer Newsletter OUT NOW !

In this issue: President’s Chat Member News ABA Response to KNP Horse Management Plan ABA Response to Parks Victoria Announcement to Shoot How to Measure if an Animal is Now Native New Member – White Alpine Equine Wild Horses Have Complex Social Groups Plus photos and gift ideas….. Continue reading

Parks Victoria. Stop shooting horses !!

#StopTheShoot It is Springtime, when new life fills the Alpine National Park with joy and excitement. Wildhorses inhabit the park, and currently mares are pregnant, have given birth or about to,they are incredibly vulnerable. There are foals in the National Park who are innocent, weeksold and suckling of their mother who is about to be shot in the head by contract shootershired by Parks Victoria. Parks Victoria today announced via email that they will commence shooting of horses in theAlpine National Park. They gave no details of the shoot, the method, how many, what theevidence was, nor was there any… Continue reading

ABA Spring Newsletter OUT NOW!

The Spring Edition of Brumby Bridges is now available for your reading pleasure. In this issue: President’s Chat The Mega Problem of Large Herbivore Decline Introducing new ABA Member Bluewater Brumbies Book Review – Brumby Wars Australia’s Fortress Conservation is Outdated Brumbies in the Media – ABC Landline Southern Cross Brumby DNA Registry News from Save the Brumbies Continue reading

ABA Winter Newsletter OUT NOW !

The Winter editions of Brumby Bridges is now available to view or download. In this issue: President’s Chat Member News ABA Rehoming Survey – for rehomers or potential rehomers The Mares – Carol Hancock Photography ABA Raffle Winners Update from Coffin Bay Brumby Preservation Society Kaimanawa Ranges Tours Wild Horse Energy Vibrations – Kelly Wilson and more ! Continue reading

Brumby Rehomer Survey

The Australian Brumby Alliance has designed this SURVEY to increase Park managers awareness of challenges facing rehomers on a daily basis. ANY group or individual rehomer can complete the survey, if they are interested to take brumbies from Parks Victoria.  We now invite any:   Victorian based group or individual Rehomers, or   Interstate Rehomers who would take Brumbies under a Parks Victoria EOI to,   to complete the survey (ABA web link) and email to pickjill@hotmail.com     Any questions please ring Jill Pickering on 0400-558-772 or email Jill on pickjill@hotmail.com   Thanks for your time – ABA  Continue reading