You can read about how clever crows deal with cane toads back here.
I also wrote about Australia's imported pests here. I wonder if I should have included non Aboriginal people too? Speaking of which, what an exciting find the recent Aboriginal rock art is. It possibly dates back to when Australia had mega fauna. See what your bible bashers have to say about creation now.
Cane toads are marching on and it is depressing that neither crows or humans with golf clubs can stop them.
It seems we will never win against the little pests, but there are larger pests we can eliminate.
Buffalo. We have made a good effort against buffalo, but I believe there are still wild ones. They are not hard to get rid of if a concentrated effort is made. Sympathy factor for buffalo, maybe 3/10.
Camels. Not as bad as buffalo perhaps, but there are so many of them and they are a serious pest. Sympathy factor, 5/10
Goats. They could come back even if all wild goats are killed. Some idiots will let domestic goats go wild again. Sympathy factor 2/10
Pigs. Nearly impossible to eliminate, but that is no reason to not try. Pig hunters won't like the numbers reduced. Otherwise, sympathy factor 1/10.
Which brings me to the final one, where I am not going to win friends perhaps. The critter called a brumby has been around a long time, as has its name. Why was it given a softening name so early on and not named as what it really is, a wild horse? We don't need wild horses stomping their hooves all over our country but the problem is, sympathy factor 9/10.