Around 200 people participated in the final day of the Save Kosci walk on Saturday 8th December. The Australian and the Guardian published articles about the walk on 8th and 9th, and the Sydney Morning Herald, Canberra Times and Brisbane Times published on the 11th.
(1) Repeal of the Kosciuszko Wild Horse Heritage Act (NSW, 2018)
(2) Protect the habitat of the corroboree frog, broad-toothed mouse and other native animals and plants in the Kosciuszko National Park through a substantial reduction in the number of wild horses and other feral animals in the Park
(3) As a first step towards reducing the number of wild horses, implement the Kosciuszko National Park Draft Wild Horse Management Plan 2016, with appropriate resourcing, noting that the Plan includes lethal culling, by ground-based teams, following RSPCA guidelines.
We will run a campaign that is evidenced-based, courteous to people with opposing views, and provides enjoyable involvement.