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Feral Hogs
Posted on Dec 2nd, 2019

Using natural corridors such as river drainages and greenbelts, feral pigs have expanded into urban communities.  Within the urban metroplex, it is relatively easy to identify areas of swine activity due their rooting behavior in backyards, golf courses, and recreational parks.  Their foraging activities damage water delivery systems, scatter garbage, and reduce the quality of the landscape.  Learn more about how urban landowners can best reduce their presence to acceptable levels from our Wild Wonderings Blog.
 
https://wild-wonderings.blogspot.com/2013/05/urban-feral-hogs-concern-challenges-and.html?q=feral+hog&m=1
 
JOHN R. WARNER, CF, CA, AF
Urban District Forester IV|Texas A&M Forest Service|1328 FM 1488 ROAD, CONROE, TX 77384
Office: 936-273-2261  | Mobile: 936-546-3169
 
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