A Melbourne community is outraged by a golf course's plan to shoot their local kangaroos for pet food, including one large marsupial who has become a calendar pin-up star.
Western Australian authorities have euthanised kangaroos which were found severely burned after hazard reduction burns.
Critically injured kangaroos were found in a Western Australian man's paddock three weeks after government hazard reduction burns.
Messages have been flooding in from around the world after Victoria's rare white kangaroo Angel lost her battle with illness.
Victorian wildlife carers have questioned why the government would increase the kangaroo harvest quota just 12 months after the Black Summer bushfires.
Residents around a suburban canal are scared of further attacks after a local kangaroo was mauled by two unrestrained dogs.
Wildlife carer Rae Harvey raised Clover as a joey only to have the kangaroo return needing care after the Black Summer bushfires.
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A woman claims she was attacked by a kangaroo in Melbourne over the weekend after it became attracted to something she was wearing.
Wildlife carers fear individuals are taking trophies from dead kangaroos in a disturbing 'trend' around Sydney.
A new report has found that many animal species that call Australia's major cities home are under threat.
They have called on authorities to relocate the animals, but fear the shootings may take place during the lockdown.
A developer says he does not want to cull the kangaroos, but the government has given him no other option.
A Victorian politician has written to the environment minister, asking her to stop the planned cull of kangaroos at a development site in Lilydale.
A kangaroo carer has lobbied Coles to stop selling roo meat and is boycotting the supermarket until they remove wildlife from their shelves.
WARNING - DISTRESSING CONTENT: The wildlife carer and her son were horrified to come across the dead animals, but there was another gory discovery to come.
WARNING – DISTRESSING CONTENT: Despite COVID-19 originating in animals, Africa, South East Asia and Australia are continuing to trade in wildlife.
A British woman who moved to rural Victoria to enjoy the wilderness has shared a video of a distressed joey after its mother was hunted down not far from her property.
It's not just humans who need toilet paper, wildlife carers say animals still recovering from Australia's bushfires were suffering from the shortage.
A wildlife carer ventured down a narrow mine shaft to rescue a trapped kangaroo, in what he describes as a 'completely unheard of' outcome.