Beware: Several feral hog sightings reported in Seabrook
SEABROOK, Texas – Seabrook Animal Control is warning residents about feral hog sightings in the area. In a Facebook Monday, the Seabrook Animal Shelter let residents know that Seabrook Animal Control has received “several calls” regarding packs of feral hogs at Wildlife Park, which is located off Red Bluff Road. Seabrook Animal Control have received several calls regarding packs of feral hogs at Wildlife Park just off Red Bluff... Posted by Seabrook Animal Shelter - Texas on Monday, February 17, 2020Officials advised that typically the hogs won’t bother people if they are left alone. “Most feral hogs, in particular female mothers, will only charge someone when they feel provoked or threatened. Officials said feral hogs feed mainly at night and during the twilight hours, but may go out and search for food during the day in cold or wet weather.