RSPCA says Berejiklian government’s plan ignores evidence and should be reconsidered

The New South Wales government’s plan to protect wild horses from lethal culling inside Kosciuszko national park will “veto evidence-based management” of their environmental impact, the RSPCA has warned.

The RSPCA has issued a scathing critique of legislation to formally recognise the cultural and heritage significance of wild horses inside the national park, saying the bill would “make it impossible to conserve the unique environmental values” of Kosciuszko and urging the government to reconsider the plan.

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