There’s a spike in the number of feral horses causing a threat to the Namadgi National Park.
Figures reveal, there’s been a 30 percent increase of feral horses over the past two years.
It follows a pause in aerial shooting for several months last year during an evaluation of the Wild Horse Management Plan
The A.C.T. government is urging NSW to uphold its duty to protect endangered ecosystems.
In the meantime, A.C.T. Parks plans to go ahead with aerial shooting in Namadgi, Googong and Molonglo reserves in May
Namadgi National Park Director Peter Cotsell says an active horse management plan is in place.