Aerial shooting cleared after brumby numbers boom

By Luke Costin
Updated October 27 2023 - 4:25pm, first published 4:20pm
Aerial shooting is essential to protect Kosciuszko park ecosystems, the NSW government says. (Alex Ellinghausen/AAP PHOTOS)
Aerial shooting is essential to protect Kosciuszko park ecosystems, the NSW government says. (Alex Ellinghausen/AAP PHOTOS)

Large numbers of brumbies will be shot from the air in the Australian Alps for the first time in years as their trampling of native wildlife trumps tradition.

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