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Wild Boar Population UK

Wild-Boar Population in the UK



It is estimated that there may be as many as 4000 wild boar in the UK however tragically poaching has become an increasing problem particularly around the Forest of Dean area.

Although only four main breeding populations in the UK Wild-Boar have now been spotted in many areas of the country, some simply as a result of escapes / releases from wild boar farms.

The four main areas are currently the Forest of Dean / Ross on Wye area, where there is believed to be a population of approx 1000 animals, Kent / Sussex with possibly 250 and a very small population in west Dorset and Devon with perhaps less than 50 boar a piece.   

Other sighting's suggest that wild boar may now be widening their territory with reports in South Wales, northern England and even some areas of Scotland.