Feral Pig Removal Program Monitoring

This is an ongoing project established to support the feral pig removal effort in San Diego County established and funded by land management agencies that have been participating in the Intergovernmental Feral Pig Project. This is an independent monitoring project intended to complement and inform the USDA Wildlife Services-led removal project. The objectives of the project are to monitor feral pigs and their movements through use of telemetry, remote cameras, and collecting field data pre-, during, and post-removal actions to inform efficient and effective removal efforts. The project is also working to coordinate with the Feral Pig Intergovernmental Working Group and provide results of the monitoring efforts on a quarterly basis.

Vertebrate Species
In Progress
Project Focus

grassland, oak woodland, riparian forest & scrub

San Diego State University

Barona Band of Mission Indians; Bureau of Land Management; California Department of Fish and Wildlife; California State Parks; City of San Diego; U.S. Forest Service; USDA Wildlife Services; Viejas Band of Kumeyaay Indians; Vista Irrigation District

Megan Jennings

Rebecca Lewison

Kris Preston

Megan Jennings

Project Protocol
Project Location
San Diego