Wildlife Services maybe to get more money to deal with feral swine
More dollars to deal with these destructive invasives might get into federal budget-
The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) gives the good news that federal appropriations might go up this year for feral hog control despite sequesters, debt limit confrontations, austerity programs, etc.
USDA-Wildlife Services, an agency which most conservationists have a low opinion, would […]Continue Reading →
Way out of control — feral pigs
With no predators, high reproduction rate, millions of hungry hogs tear up American landscape-
Like most omnivores, pigs are smart. In addition, they are big, requiring a lot of food, and are physiologically similar enough to humans to share and transmit many of our diseases.
Pigs have been escaping from farms for a very long […]Continue Reading →
Oregon and Washington will also take on feral pigs
Idaho’s feral hog population has been reduced to 20. OR, WA hope to duplicate that success-
The suspected source of the pigs is California where they are an invasive species causing some significant damage.
Oregon and Washington to reduce, hopefully eradicate, feral pigs. Seattle […]Continue Reading →
Wild pigs becoming a problem in Southern Idaho
I hope they can eliminate every last one of these exotic pests. Until recently Idaho was free of them. I wonder about the history. How did they get into Idaho?
Wild pigs becoming a problem in S. Idaho. KTVB. By Scott EvansContinue Reading →
Texas May Let Hunters Shoot Pigs From Choppers
This method of hunting is rather difficult to enforce.
“You’re not going to have some bubba up there going, `Pass me a beer and ammo’ and hunting some hogs,” the legislator said. “We certainly want to do it right.”
Many are concerned that the temptation to shoot other animals by some who might engage in […]Continue Reading →
Brucellosis now confirmed in cows near Sublette County, WY elk feedlot
Brucellosis again in Wyoming, and, surprise, surprise, most likely from the nearby elk winter feedlot.
Brucellosis in Montana too, for the first time in a long while. it came from either elk or other cattle.
So what’s the government’s brucellosis policy directed toward? — killing thousands of bison.
Story in the Casper Star Tribune (with usual the […]Continue Reading →
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