Abnormally large populations of rabbits, foxes, voles and rats and voles, can cause great damage to the economic interests of man. Rabbits for example, attack crops and young tree plantations. It also can be a problem for terrestrial and subterranean, such as power lines or water pipes, gas, among other infrastructures.
The boars also often involve important for traffic hazards. Frequently traverse roads, causing serious collisions with vehicles. Given this reality only can act on each case. Studying and proposing the most appropriate measures. They can go through the capture of individuals, the complete elimination of breeding areas, or installation of exclusion zones. Always with relevant permits and concessions.