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Feral hogs webcast set for Feb. 16




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The webinar, “Wild Pigs in Texas: Control Options for Landowners,” will be held on Thursday, Feb. 16. The webinar will be presented by Dr. Billy Higginbotham, Texas AgriLife Extension Fisheries and Wildlife specialist. This webinar will concentrate on the control methods available to Texas landowners to efficiently reduce damage caused by wild pigs. Special emphasis will be placed on best management practices of trapping -- considered to be the removal method that is the first line of defense for most Texas landowners. Current research efforts also will be discussed.

The Texas Wildlife Association has teamed with Texas AgriLife Extension to host a series of webinars covering a wide array of wildlife and land-management topics. These free online webinars are held during the lunch hour (noon to 1 p.m.) so that anyone interested may tune in during the workday.

To sign on, simply point your browser to https://texas-wildlife.webex.com on the day of the webinar and click to join the Wildlife for Lunch webinar. Each web-based seminar is fully interactive and allows you to engage the experts, make comments, and ask questions during the course of the presentation.

If you cannot make the live webinar, each webinar is archived and available for viewing following the initial air date at the Texas Wildlife Association website, www.texas-wildlife.org.

For more information, contact Texas Wildlife Association’s Courtney Brittain at cbrittain@texas-wildlife.org or 1-800-839-9453.
 

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