Federal government culls pigs in Congaree National Park to stop pollution and damage to natural resources

Federal government culls pigs in Congaree National Park to stop pollution and damage to natural resources

Federal snipers recently ventured deep into Congaree National Park, seeking to kill a voracious type of animal that threatens the preserve’s fragile forested floodplain southeast of Columbia. Feral pigs traverse South Carolina – and their destructive ways have not spared Congaree National Park, a 27,000-acre swamp forest that is the cornerstone of South Carolina’s nature …

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