The NSW State Government is asking for community consultation, on methods of culling brumbies.
There are up to 23-and-a-half thousand wild horses in Kosciuszko National Park.
The government says it needs to reduce the population to three-thousand, in four years time.
Ground shooting, and trapping and re-homing are already used.. and aerial shooting is now being considered.
Environment Minister Penny Sharpe says the method is needed, to protect vulnerable species in the region.
But former Nationals M-P Peter Cochran says it’s is inhumane:
The community has until the 11th of September, to give feedback on the plan.