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Serious Concern Over Images of Injured and Deceased Horses from Aerial Cull in Western Australia’s Kimberley
Distressing photographs have emerged of injured and deceased horses from an aerial cull of around 7,000 wild horses in Western Australia’s Kimberley. Those who have been following the story of the wild horses of Lake Gregory and surrounds over the … Continue reading
Productive meetings between Western Australian Indigenous Affairs Minister Dr Kim Hames and the Mulan community, and also with Libby Lovegrove from Wild Horses Kimberley have lead to several new developments regarding the fate of the wild horses living around Lake Gregory. … Continue reading
There has been a significant new development in the story of the Lake Gregory brumbies. An article in the West Australian newspaper today has revealed that the majority of the approximately 2,000-5,000 horses, will now be trucked to Queensland to … Continue reading