Wild pigs (Sus scrofa) are well known for their burgeoning populations and increasing negative impacts on agricultural production, water quality, native wildlife species and their habitat. While many people actively seek to control populations through abatement efforts, others find recreational value in these animals. The question posed in the title may at first seem obvious. How could a group of animals that literally have the word “wild” as part of their name not be classified as wildlife? In Texas at least, the correct answer may surprise you.
Check out the post from our Wild Wonderings Blog!