IN THIS ISSUE...
- Tall Timbers Map Collection Digitized
- New Tall Timbers Membership Opportunities
- Another Option for Feral Hog Control
- Invasive Grass Control
- Fuels and Fire
- Archaeology Presentation at Tall Timbers
- PFTC/Tall Timbers Impact on Prescribed Fire around
- You're Invited - Tall Timbers Auction & Dinner
- Fall Field Day at Dixie Plantation
- Bird Notes
- Quail Hatch - Mid-Season Report
September 2014 | Vol 7 | No 3
Another Option for Feral Hog Control – Aerial Gunning
By Eric Staller, Natural Resources Manager
We had a great turnout at the last Land Managers Lunch, which was sponsored by Jager Pro. Jager Pro discussed their system of trapping for feral hog management. I would also like to make sure that you know about USDA/APHIS Wildlife Services, and their option to help manage your hog problems.
USDA/APHIS Wildlife Services acknowledges that it will take a combined, coordinated effort from us all to get a handle on the feral swine situation and reduce damage. Wildlife Services can now provide aerial gunning service to help remove feral hogs and aid in reducing feral hog damage. Like any method, aerial gunning has its limitations. However, it can be a valuable tool to accompany trapping and selective shooting. If you have any questions or would like to hear more about the aerial gunning program, please contact:
USDA Wildlife Specialist
I am soliciting ideas/topics you would like to have discussed at future lunch programs. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any ideas, or call 850-893-4153 x240.Thank you.