The Brumby holds a special place in the Australian psyche. Immortalised in films such as 'The Man from Snowy River' and books like the 'Silver Brumby' series, Brumbies epitomise the spirit of freedom and courage beloved by most Australians. Today, however, they face an uncertain future. Considered by some to be feral pests and increasingly marginalised in lands that have been their home for over a century, Brumbies need our support more than ever before if they are to be protected for the enjoyment of future generations. Bringing together breathtaking photographs of Brumbies in the wild as well as often thought - provoking and entertaining stories from people privileged enough to have encountered or worked with them personally, 'Brumby' celebrates the beauty, strength and indomitable spirit of these amazing animals.
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About the Author
Kathryn Massey is a metallurgist and industrial chemist by profession but a Brumby advocate in heart and soul! The founder and president of the Hunter Valley Brumby Association, Kathryn devotes herself to rescuing, training and adopting out Brumbies to forever homes. Mae Lee Sun has worked as a freelance journalist/photographer, editor and animal welfare advocate for over fifteen years. Her articles and essays have appeared in numerous newspapers and literary journals.