FYI - A lot of information if you have the time to watch the various videos. Go to the youtube link below. You can pick and choose what you are interested in:

Welcome to Virtual International Wild Pig Conference!

On behalf of the National Wild Pig Task Force, we hope you are safe and healthy amid the COVID-19 global pandemic.

One of the main missions of the NWPTF is to provide our constituents with the latest information on science, research, and management in the arena of wild pig control. As such, we are still committed to providing a venue for making presentations available to the wild pig research and management community in a timely manner.

The NWPTF hopes that you will enjoy this virtual format. While we cannot replace the face-to-face interaction and networking that a live conference provides, this format retains the educational and informational components of our events, and even more so, because you can peruse the videos and watch them at your lesiure through the entire month of June. Please, interact with our presenters by leaving professional comments and questions under their videos or contact them directly.

At the end of June, you will receive a survey to provide feedback to our conference, we hope you will take a couple minutes to help us evaluate our efforts!

Please plan to join us at our next face-to-face Wild Pig Conference April 2022!

Take Care!


Dr. James LaCour, Chair National Wild Pig Task Force

2020 International Wild Pig Conference Organizing Staff: Dr Jessica Tegt, Berryman Institute, Utah State University, 5230 Old Main Hill, Logan, UT 84322-5230, USA.

If you have any questions or issues with the YouTube link, or URL’s to the Posters and State Reports, please contact Jessica Tegt at .

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Edited by Yellowhammer (06/02/20 10:31 AM)
"The recreational value of a head of game is inverse to the artificiality of its origin"

"No prize is greater than the effort taken to acheive it"

- Aldo Leopold, The Father of Wildlife Management