Like the other ordinary horses, brumbies will dig a hole that trampling and pugging the remnants of moss done by the hooves. And they often travel along the same path, that indicates the damage has been done repeatedly. The force of travelling impacts on the ground will an irreversible damage to the high-country grassland. The soil cannot hold water anymore, the plant and vegetation are hindered. That which leaves the grassland not too useful to the other purpose as a result of fall into disuse, also increasing wildfire risk.
State government legally support aerial hunting.
…that targets controlling the birth rate of the wild horse.
locating is very difficult to allocate beside those woodland habitats !!!