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Arizona in Brief: USDA set for round 2 of feral pig extermination at Havasu

The U.S. Department of Agriculture conducted an extermination of feral pigs at Havasu National Wildlife Refuge in February 2017. According to U.S. Fish and Wildlife officials, the pigs are an invasive species who pose a threat to human health and native wildlife habitats. Sharpshooters will soon return to the refuge for round 2 of the extermination. (Courtesy photo via Today's News-Herald)

The U.S. Department of Agriculture conducted an extermination of feral pigs at Havasu National Wildlife Refuge in February 2017. According to U.S. Fish and Wildlife officials, the pigs are an invasive species who pose a threat to human health and native wildlife habitats. Sharpshooters will soon return to the refuge for round 2 of the extermination. (Courtesy photo via Today's News-Herald)

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