Originally Posted by Hauptmann6
They will be. Give it a few years. There are already a few breeding populations spread throughout the state. That is yet one more non-native pest that I don't want to see destroy the eco-system.
Yeah, we'll the DNR says their already a major problem, yet nobody I've ever talked to has seen one, and if they have, miraculously, none are found. I work in the wild for a living. I travel all over the state. I've seen bears, I've seen bobcats, I've seen Coyotes, but wild swine? Elusive as cougars. I haven't seen a single one & no one I've talked to has seen one either.