Have you read the recent article on The Conversation? What do you agree with or disagree with?
This article appeared on The Conversation and has been shared widely through the media in the following 24 hours. The reaction to the article includes a follow up piece with the academics and Peter Cochran in the Sydney Morning Herald.
As an article that is widely public and one that is related to the management of wild horses in the National Park – what do you think about it?
Note that NPWS does not endorse or defend the The Conversation article but presents it as a perspective in the discussion about the management of wild horses in the National Park.
Don Driscoll and Sam Banks from the Australian National University share their recent experience in the Snowy Mountains.
They write: When you think of horses in the Australian high country, you might imagine noble brumbies galloping out from snowgums across grassy peaks, tails and manes trailing like streamers. But on a recent trip to the Snowy Mountains in Kosciuszko National Park we made a grim discovery about these denizens of the Australian psyche.
THIS FORUM WAS CLOSED EARLY DUE TO SIGNIFICANT RESPONSES IN A SHORT PERIOD.