Fenner in the News - NSW Government supports more culls after survey finds 14,000 wild horses in Kosciuszko National Park »

The first aerial survey since the catastrophic 2019 bushfires has found that the number of wild horses in the Kosciuszko National Park has fallen by more than a quarter. But Professor Jamie Pittock says scientifically they are not statistically significantly different from the 2019 pre-fire survey.

Reading Between the Scats: Fenner School opens Conservation and Environmental Genomics Labs »

In 2020 - the year of shutdowns and lockdowns - Fenner School Director Dr Saul Cunningham decided to pursue developing genetic labs at the School, and sought out an expert to invite into the School’s scientific community. He found Dr Linda Neaves.
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