Apr 26, 2021
The Emu War, also regarded as the Greatest Emu War, was a disturbance nature wildlife control military campaign conducted in Australia in the late 1932 to counter public outrage about the volume of emus said to have been wreaking havoc in Western Australia's Campion region. The failed ability to influence the community of emus, a huge wingless bird native to Australia, used armies armed with Stewart guns, prompting the press to relate to the event as the "Emu War." Even though many of the species were destroyed, the emu population thrived and proceeded to destroy crops.
2021 - Spring - Issue 11