Hawaii House Bill 1721 would require the Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources and the Department of Agriculture to collaborate on the development of a management plan for feral animals, including wild pigs, axis deer, and certain non-native bird species. The bills stated goal is reducing the negative impacts on indigenous species of wildlife and plants, and minimizing disease and starvation among the feral animal populations. The bill would require the two state agencies to submit their findings to the legislature prior to the 2023 legislative session.