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brumby madness by bureaucrats …

Australia’s brumbies across the nation are under threat from bureaucrats, who see them as a threat to their favored environmental lobby groups. The proposal is to remove, one way or another the environmental improvers of the environment. Insane, not dealing … Continue reading

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another model failure … deserts blooming

Australia’s deserts have never looked so good as the last couple of decades. Rainfall has increased, Lake Eyre has even filled several times in recent years, where it used to be once in a hundred. Temperatures, on the other hand … Continue reading

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looking after the environment …

…Some wild friends, grazing around the Melaleucas (Paperbark trees), creating a fire break. The nearby swamps have been badly burned in the last couple of decades from late season fires, destroying many large old trees. The bushfires on less grazed … Continue reading

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horse treatments … or mis-treatment of horses

Australian bureaucrats and government agencies have committed a series of animal cruelty acts in their endeavor to rid the outback of what they call ‘feral horses’ by shooting them from helicopters. This, despite their history of helping civilization for thousands … Continue reading

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ancient horse culture …

An interesting post on the Raxa Collective about ‘rewilding’ horses. Sounds what unethical cattle station owners have done here in Australia to the Stockhorse. Makes the research from  “The Wild Horse Conspiracy” author, Craig Downer, and others, even more important. … Continue reading

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wild and still free …

Earlier this year, some local wild horses came to check out the ‘treat supply’, and meet with ecologist Craig Downer. Ecologist, Craig Downer from the US,  recently visited these horses near Broome. He had this comment to make: “Such a … Continue reading

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Kimberley wild horse country …

Last month’s trek through the SE Kimberley, where three deserts meet, was full of unexpected results. Some are now downloaded here, click to enlarge: Horses, Also the odd dromedary:

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wild horse enlightenment …

The science on the impact of wild horses and the environment is now in. The benefits outweigh the negatives. The only reason that authorities have used to demonize wild horses is falsified. It was all about the money, or they … Continue reading

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wild horses and mustangs … Craig Downer visits Australia

My fortunate nature trek last month to Lake Gregory, Paruku, the junction of 3 deserts in Western Australia, was a great, if somewhat sad story. Late last year, the WA Government, via Department of Agriculture held several helicopter sorties around … Continue reading

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