PARK STAFF ON HOLIDAY, IGNORE BRUMBY WITH BROKEN LEG

It has been reported bushwalkers appear to have frightened a Brumby to run through a rabbit warren. Several witness statements allege the bushwalkers were acting hostilely towards the heritage horses in the Tantangara Blue Water Hole area about the time the horse appeared with a broken leg.

Park staff involved with Brumby trapping, were approached about the horse’s plight quoting;

“they were off duty and on holiday and nothing would be done”.

CaRob Gibbs National Parks NSWn this be confirmed or denied convincingly by Parks Management ?

To assist with further inquiries contact Rob Gibbs, Senior Project Officer Wild Horse Management Plan; (02) 64505507 – 0427-703-494 – rob.gibbs@environment.nsw.gov.au

 

 

NSW Government Remove Aerial Culling Brumbies From New Horse Management Plan

Keith Muir

Keith Muir Colong Foundation CEO –

Contact him for further information: 0412-791-404 – (02) 92612400

Brumby supporters across the world again condemn the Colong Foundation for Wilderness CEO Keith Muir for his latest incitement of violence towards our heritage horses in response to the recent undertakings of the NSW Environment Minister, Rob Stokes “there will be no aerial culling.” .

Prior Muir condoned and was a major player engineering the 2000 disgusting inhumane slaughter of our Brumbies in Guy Fawkes National Park quoted, “Shooting the horses is the only way”. ( see the video HERE )

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