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Posted by jpenney on January 04, 2003 at 18:12:21:
In Reply to: Feral pigs posted by LittleLizard on January 03, 2003 at 15:54:15:
I was up there last year and although I didn't see any pigs, the evidence of them was everywhere. It seemed like there were rooting hole every 20 ft. I work in the brush of South Texas and I hike miles every day through their territory. I run into pigs all the time. I wouldn't worry too much about them. Every time I run into them, the scatter like quail. This is not to say that they wouldn't make a mess of you if you mucked with them but left alone, they pretty much run from you. South Texas really needs to open a year round hunting season on them. There are WAY TOO MANY. On a different note...is it the Ft. Worth Zoo building another Herpetarium? I used to work there as an explorer ages ago. I need to take the daughter there...JP
:What's the latest on the feral hog problem in The Fort Worth Nature Consevancy?
: I don't particularily want to run across a pack while hiking - give me the copperheads anyday....
:Have all the local herp people moved way?
:Hows the new herp building @ the zoo going?
:One last thing, why isn't there a park set aside for the Texas Tortoise???