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Hunting feral swine in Oregon

The control and eradication of feral swine in Oregon has been a Success Story! Currently, we are not aware of any populations of feral swine within the State. But we need to stay vigilant, to keep feral swine from being re-introduced to Oregon and if a small population are discovered to remove animals immediately. Hunters and other outdoor enthusiast are vital for the detection and reporting of feral swine.

If you see obvious signs in suitable areas such as in drainages with water or springs e.g. rooting, wallows and rubs in areas, please report immediately. Photos of feral swine damage.

In Oregon, it is illegal to sell, or offer for sale, a hunt for feral swine on public or private lands.

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