Unwelcome Invaders: Wild Pigs Pose a Serious New Threat to Idaho 

Exotic species threatens agriculture, the environment and wildlife

Somewhere in the High Desert scrub of Southern Idaho lurks a threat that has wildlife and public land managers nervous. They're nervous that somewhere, amid the sagebrush, grasses, brambles and cattails a threat is multiplying, and if they fail to take control…

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