Observation of Pest Horse Impacts in the Australian Alps – May 2013

This report by Graeme Worboys and Ian Pulsford illustrates the extent of the damage to the alpine national parks of NSW and Victoria. The report concludes that urgent and effective action is needed to end these pest horse impacts, to restore the damage to the water catchments and to help conserve Australia’s native species.

Published May 2013.

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