The American Feral Hog is a unique and fascinating species with a history that pre-dates English settlers in North America. Tom Kidwell explores this animal and its unusual path from Spanish Europe, to the forests and wilds of the United States and Mexico.
Kidwell also extensively covers the habitat, biology, and behaviors of today's American feral hogs, offering insights into hunting, trapping, and even cooking these challenging animals.
Foreword by G. Fred Asbell. Features dozens of pictures, charts, illustrations, and diagrams. Approximately 208 pages. Softcover.