Adam is a land manager, author and independent researcher specialised in animal behavior and Australian ecology, and has been providing consultation to scientists, conservation groups and landowners on dingoes and ecosystem restoration for over twenty years. He has established three Dingo Reserves in central Australia, the first large-scale dingo sanctuaries in the wild. He has been the manager of one of these sanctuaries Evelyn Downs, a predator-friendly cattle station in northern SA (2012-2014). He is the author of Living With the Dingo a book that has become a turning point in Australian land management and ecological thinking. During his time as a professional feral animal eradicator he came to the realisation that pest control is both unnecessary and counterproductive, and that dingoes are much better suited for the task than even the best of human hunters. His work has attracted national and international media attention, was included in an ABC documentary, and together with a group of scientists was awarded a Eureka Prize for Environmental Research.