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Invasive Species - Feral Swine

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Squeal on Pigs:

Help eradicate feral swine, wild pigs, from Oregon.

If you see feral swine or feral swine damage, call 888-268-9219 or your local ODFW office.

Feral Swine or Wild Boar (Sus scrofa)

Feral Swine or Wild Boar
Feral Swine or Wild Boar
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feral swine
Female feral swine is collared as part of a research and monitoring study. The yellow banding is to alert hunters that the pig has a radio collar. Oct. 2010.
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Feral swine are free-roaming pigs found on public or private land. There are between 2,000 and 5,000 of the destructive animals in Oregon (2012). To protect the environment, Oregon law:

 

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