Many landholders throughout Australia care deeply about the welfare and conservation of kangaroos. There is a growing number of landholders who choose to coexist with kangaroos. For example, some farmers use kangaroos as an indicator of the health of the landscape.
There are increasing calls for greater acceptance and tolerance of wildlife. There is a growing awareness around the ethics of killing wildlife to protect special interests, with declining public support for lethal control of wildlife. We advocate for solutions that work simultaneously to protect agriculture and wildlife.