(From Western Morning News)
Byline: Creedon roots
Whisper it quietly, but the UK's woodlands have become a tad exciting again.
The reason has little to do with unseen legions of "big cats" doing unspeakable things to deer behind bushes. And it has little to do with the mobilisation of furious greens, spurred into action after the Government's short-lived assault on our forests last year.
No, our woods have become a place of great intrigue because, for the first time in 400 years, sizeable tracts are once again home to fearsome, hairy beasts armed with giant tusks.
Yes, the wild boar is back and the creature's return has got more than a few people hot under the collar.…