Stories from Kosci

Reclaim Kosci represents a diverse group of voices specifically interested in addressing the growing impacts from introduced horses. These are their firsthand stories.

An ex-ranger’s experience

An ex-ranger’s experience

I worked as a NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service Ranger from 1974 to 2014. With Paul Hardey, I monitored brumby running within Kosciuszko...

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A view from the air

A view from the air

I am a helicopter pilot. To me it’s a privilege to work in the air. I flew the media over the opening ceremony for the Sydney Olympics and the 2003...

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A view from the ACT

A view from the ACT

Life of a rain drop … As water vapour rises, it cools in the atmosphere. Tiny droplets of water condense. A cloud is formed. Under the influence of...

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A fisherman’s tale

A fisherman’s tale

In May 1970 a good friend persuaded me that we should make the trip from Melbourne to Currango for a weekend of fishing. We could not leave until 5...

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Forty years later

Forty years later

In the late 1970s I started working in the Dead Horse Gap - Main Range area on my PhD. I was studying small mammals and insects. I set up camp in a...

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A biologist’s story

A biologist’s story

In my life as a biologist I have done many strange things. I composed a poem for the backs of ski-lodge toilet doors, asking people to save pygmy...

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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.