NSW Premier, Barry O'Farrell, the Deputy Premier, Andrew Stoner, the Minister for the Environment, Robyn Parker.
Stop culling (shooting) of Brumbies
Please do not consider culling (shooting) of the Brumbies in National Parks and more specifically the Kosciusko National Park. It is a method that is extremely inaccurate and will result in great cruelty to the animals.
Why is this important?
We must prevent culling (shooting) of our Brumby in the Snowy Mountains. It is a method that results in extreme cruelty to an animal (remember Guy Fawke's National Park) who is an integral part of our history, heritage, and poetry.
Our Brumby has been in the Snowy Mountains region for well over a century and should be admired rather than vilified as vermin to be destroyed.
We do not want to be scratching our collective heads in 20 years time asking "what happened to our Brumbies, we can only see them in the museum now"