Wild Pigs Invade California Golf Course

Almaden Country Club manager says the pigs are damaging the property in search of food and water.
1:00 | 10/24/13

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It proper golf etiquette to replace your defense but trying tell that to a 300 pound wild pig. The dominant country club in San Jose California has parts of the course being torn up by a group of wild pigs Ted -- -- -- lives nearby and took these picked. -- years ago they would -- you would see him once in awhile very rarely. And then. You would they smell you and they run now that -- lower brazen. And they -- -- they don't really mind you know see India. It's not the -- don't like golf apparently they're just Thursday coming down from the dry hills to date for moisture in roots worms and grubs. -- we can do and invasion. Of about. Up to about forty wild pigs onto their club property and we're talking about anywhere from 20300 pound. Large -- some of the males with tusks. Homeowners and country club managers are reaching out to local animal control officers to see. If they have any ideas how to keep that -- it day.

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