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The high cost of having no control program
Fencing free-roaming game mammals is expensive, but not doing it costs more. The economic and social costs of game mammal damage are explained.
The need for speedy reform of Hawaii's game management program
A description of the feral pig problem in Hawaii with excellent photographs and facts about the impacts pigs are having on native plants and animals are on this Rare Hawaii site.
Making hunting pono--save Hawaii's native creatures
The Honolulu Star-Bulletin (http://starbulletin.com)
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