There is a new and invasive species menacing crops and cattle alike in Saskatchewan: Wild boar. Brought to the Prairies by gourmet food farmers, they are now running amok, eating everything from grain to small deer. Ryan Brook, an assistant professor in the college of Agriculture at the University of Saskatchewan, has been using wildlife cameras to track the tusked pig, which were first introduced in the south but are now as far north as Prince Albert (and also in Manitoba and Alberta).
Not just tasty bacon: Why an exploding wild boar population is causing problems in Saskatchewan
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