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Tracking wild pigs in real time and understanding their interaction with agro-ecosystems
Successful invasions of non-native pests, such as wild pigs in North America, may be linked to how they use the landscape around them.Read more...
Hunters back restrictions on moving feral swine
The transport and release of live feral swine to new areas represents one of the biggest threats to feral swine (Sus scrofa) management. Only roughly half of all states currently prohibit the practice, which is most often done to establish new popula…Read more...
New Blog - What's New with NRI’s Wild Pig Reporting System
Wild pigs and their damage are constantly being observed across Texas, but until recently, we didn’t have a reliable method of collecting information on wild pig numbers - where they were sighted and the extent of their damages. NRI’s wild pig repor…Read more...
Innovative tool will let landowners easily report wild pig activity, damage
COLLEGE STATION – The Texas A&M Natural Resources Institute, NRI, encourages landowners to report wild pig sightings and damage using a new first-of-its-kind online tool.Read more...
New Reporting Tool for Wild Pigs
A new feature on our website offers Texas landowners and homeowners an easy-to-use tool to report sightings of wild pigs and the damage that may have occurred. This new online reporting tool takes only a few minutes to capture data like location of s…Read more...