Act now to save Kosciuszko

Sign the petition to stop feral horse damage.

It’s the unfolding disaster that we can still stop. 

Kosciuszko National Park is a unique piece of Australia. 

But right now, growing populations of feral horses are muddying Kosciuszko’s clear streams, trampling its unique plants and destroying animal habitats.

We can have thousands of feral horses in the NSW Alps or have healthy ecosystems and abundant native wildlife, but we can’t have both.

Scientists say the only way to save the park is to dramatically reduce the numbers of feral horses.

The NSW Government needs to act now if we want to save Kosci.

Sign our petition to ask the NSW Government to:

Act urgently to protect the unique ecosystems and wildlife of Kosciuszko National Park by implementing a plan that reduces the feral horse population according to the best scientific and RSPCA advice.

 

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It’s the unfolding disaster that we can still stop.

Kosciuszko National Park is a unique piece of Australia.

But right now, growing populations of feral horses are muddying Kosciuszko’s clear streams, trampling its unique plants and destroying animal habitats.

We can have thousands of feral horses in the NSW Alps or have healthy ecosystems and abundant native wildlife, but we can’t have both.

Scientists say the only way to save the park is to dramatically reduce the numbers of feral horses.

The NSW Government needs to act now if we want to save Kosci.

Sign our petition to ask the NSW Government to:

Act urgently to protect the unique ecosystems and wildlife of Kosciuszko National Park by implementing a plan that reduces the feral horse population according to the best scientific and RSPCA advice.

 

Reclaim Kosci represents a broad consortium of individuals and organisations that love Kosciuszko National Park and seek to protect it from the impacts of feral horses.

Reclaim Kosci respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land on which we live, work and learn. We pay respect to elders past, present and future, and recognise the continuing connection of Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander peoples to the land, water and culture.