GPS collars help control donkey populations in NSW

Samantha Townsend
December 30 2020 - 10:00am
A feral donkey fitted with a GPS tracking collar by Local Land Services in western NSW. Photo: Supplied
A feral donkey fitted with a GPS tracking collar by Local Land Services in western NSW. Photo: Supplied

They used to be a key part of western mining in the early 1900s carting freight, but now donkeys are the target of a major pest control program in NSW.

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Samantha Townsend

Journalist based on the Mid North Coast for The Land.

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