Outlaw quadrupeds include the feral hog, an invasive species which has caused severe crop and land damage throughout the state, as well coyotes and armadillos. Licensed hunters may take outlaw quadrupeds year-round during legal shooting hours. These quadrupeds, along with nutria and beaver, may be taken at night on private property by the landowner or his lessee or agent, with the landowner's written permission and contact information in his possession, during certain times of the year; individuals must also have a permit (see below) for nighttime take of these animals from September 1 through the last day of February.
Outlaw Quadruped, Nutria, and Beaver Night Take Permit
Complete and submit a new application form, provide a landowner’s authorization letter signed by the landowner, and a plat map with all property boundaries clearly marked to your Regional Enforcement Captain.
Contact your Regional Enforcement Office or Melissa Collins at 225.763.8584 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.Application REnewal and Annual REport Rules and Regulations
— Feral Hog Task Force —
The Louisiana Feral Hog Management Advisory Task Force was created to advise LDWF, the Louisiana Department of Agriculture and Forestry, the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission, and the Louisiana Legislature on the management and control of feral hogs in Louisiana.