Report Feral Swine
We need your help!
The first step in tackling the feral swine problem in North Carolina is understanding where these animals are and measuring the impact they are having here. To do so, the NC Feral Swine Task Force relies on landowners and other members of the public to report feral swine sightings, damage, and harvests. This information is used to target funding, education, and management effort where it's needed most and to measure the effectiveness of these efforts over time. If you have seen feral swine or know of any damage caused by them, we'd love to hear from you.
What We Do with Your Information
Information collected by or shared with the North Carolina Feral Swine Task Force, including survey responses, may be disclosed to the United States Department of Agriculture, the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, and the North Carolina State University Extension. The information will assist the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and its partners in developing, implementing, and evaluating its feral swine control and education efforts.
For Additional Information please review § 106-24.1. Confidentiality of information collected and published.