By Gary Bogue
Thursday, December 29th, 2011 at 7:55 am in Wild pigs.
I’ve been writing about wild pigs in Moraga, CA, in my last three daily newspaper columns:
I thought it would be fun to illustrate these columns with some wild pig photos sent to me by my readers in response to what I wrote. I also asked if anyone had ever seen wild pigs in Moraga, or anywhere else in the San Francisco Bay Area. People who responded were asked to include “the name of the city and the nearest cross streets to the sighting … the number of pigs you saw … what they were doing … and when you saw them.” To date, I’ve had 23 responses, indicating there are a LOT of wild pigs rooting around in the Bay Area. If you’d like to add to this information, please do below under “Add a comment!” There will be more newspaper columns and blogs to come on this subject.
In the meantime, check out these great wild pig photos:
If you’ve taken photos of wild pigs in the Bay Area and don’t mind if I use them here in my blog, please e-mail me a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include name and city of the photographer, when the photo was taken, where it was taken, and what’s going on in the photo. Thanks! All these wild pigs living around us and most of us didn’t even know it. Who would have figured! /Gary