About 80 wild boars in Lower Peirce area culled
Some 30 to 50 wild boars left in area as NParks assesses long-term measures
Published on Jul 29, 2014 7:30 AM
About 80 wild boars in the Lower Peirce area have been culled, reducing the population there to an estimated 30 to 50 boars.
The National Parks Board (NParks) gave the update last week in response to queries from The Straits Times. It did not give a timeframe for the 80 figure.
NParks conservation director Wong Tuan Wah told The Straits Times last week that the agency is carrying out population studies to assess longer-term measures to manage the wild boar numbers.
"NParks takes a multi-pronged approach to wildlife management, including continual research, enforcement and outreach," he said.
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