Ban aerial and ground shooting brumbies in Australia

Ban aerial and ground shooting brumbies in Australia

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State Governments must  ban  aerial and ground shooting brumbies in  Australia.  National Parks managers are not complying with the regulator Pestsmart's best management, standard operating procedures and model codes of practice including recommendations that no trapping or culling take place in foaling season.  It's time to remove the archaic cruel and inhumane practice of  lethal control in preference to reliance on measured rehoming, with funding for rehomers instead of funding archaic practices of cruel aerial and ground shooting brumbies  National Parks Managers must be called upon to comply with all Pestsmart Best Management Standard Operating Procedures and Model Codes of Practice and cease to take any action that will impact brumbies in foaling season.

State Governments must  ban  aerial and ground shooting brumbies in  Australia.  National Parks managers are not complying with the regulator Pestsmart's best management, standard operating procedures and model codes of practice including recommendations that no trapping or culling take place in foaling season.  It's time to remove the archaic cruel and inhumane practice of  lethal control in preference to reliance on measured rehoming, with funding for rehomers instead of funding archaic practices of cruel aerial and ground shooting brumbies  National Parks Managers must be called upon to comply with all Pestsmart Best Management Standard Operating Procedures and Model Codes of Practice and cease to take any action that will impact brumbies in foaling season.

Letter to Decision Makers

Sign this letter to your Members of Parliament asking they demand the State Government to ban the archaic use of ground and aerial shooting brumbies and to ensure that National Parks Managers comply with the National Regulator's Best Management, Standard Operating Procedures and Model Codes of Practice.                   Photos: Paul McIver and Lesa Corrine

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