Its not our wildlife
There are broadly two schools of thought on farms and wildlife, land sparing and land sharing. Land sparing is about intensifying food production on one area, and then sparing land just for wildlife some where else. That could be on the farm, or in another country.
Land sharing is having farming and a broad range of wildlife both thriving right on the same patch. I am a fan of the sharing approach, as actually I believe the world doesn't have the time or space for the other approach. Land sharing is not a fixed recipie, this is a continuum from very wildlife focused farming like rewinding and grazing nature reserves all the way through to commercially focused organic farming.