Reducing Non-Target Species Interference While Trapping Wild Pigs

Date of Publication
August 31, 2021
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This publication provides information on measures that can be taken to increase wild pig trapping and snaring success by reducing the interference of non-target species.

This publication explains strategies that can be applied to baiting, trap style, trigger type, snaring and also discusses the importance of trap or snare site selection in order to increase success by reducing the impact of non-targets. It describes a number of animal and human activated trapping systems, and offers research based information specific to the potential advantages and disadvantages of each technique. (16 pp.)

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