Anyone ever see a large, black boar with tusks in Danville?
A resident placed a call to the PD last Saturday morning, at 1:06 a.m., claiming to see one standing in the median of Camino Tassajara, near Rassani Drive. The responding officer was unable to locate such a beast.
Anyway, it piqued my interest. Wild Pigs, according to the Department of Fish and Game:
Wild pigs currently exist in 56 of the state's 58 counties and can be found in a variety of habitats ranging from woodland, chaparral, meadow and grasslands. Wild pigs are omnivorous, consuming both plant and animal matter. In general, wild pigs feed on: grasses and forbs in the spring: mast and fruits in the summer and fall: and roots, tubers and invertebrates throughout the year.
Of course that doesn't mean they are hanging out in the median of Camino Tassajara... or are they?
So, have you seen any large, black boars with tusks running around?