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Sunday, February 8, 2015

Javelinas!



Friends and Kitties!

Sheebie here.

I wanted to include this video with yesterday's post, but for some reason YouTube was being balky.  In all the years I've been visiting my parents I've seen many kinds of wildlife, but never a javelina--only captive at the Desert Museum.  So it was a real treat to see a group in the wash, and get it on camera!

My Dad says that the boars are a lot bigger, so this herd is just sows and babies.

Enjoy!

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Happy Sunday!

XX  Sheebie  XX

32 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing this. Even little, they look sort of mean. Please join us for our Sunday Selfies Blog Hop. XOCK, Lily Olivia, Mauricio, Misty May, Giulietta, Fiona, Astrid, Lisbeth and Calista Jo

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  2. They are incredible. And the birdies! The noise! We are intrigued by the different flora and fauna surrounding our blogging pals.

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  3. Whoa you have great visitors.

    Emma and Buster

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  4. Wow, that is just crazy! My human is a big city girl and having a few deer and coyotes and hawks to deal with (oh, and her beloved lizards) is about as much as she can take. I think she would freak out if she found those wandering around her neighborhood.

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  5. Holy cod! We do not have any things like that in Oklahoma! We would be scared of those. Shadow is a very brave kitteh!

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  6. Thanks for sharing ! We have wild boars (wild swine) in our neighborhood, they are bigger, and you have better not to mess with them ! Purrs

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  7. Dang, watching those boars certainly wasn't boring!!!

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  8. We sure hope they don't eats cats!

    Sasha, Sami & Saku

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  9. They look like they could be mean if you got too close to them. There are wild boar on the moors but not near us.

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  10. Sheebie bravo bravo for this excellent footage. MOL MOL Shadow deserves a high 5 for not slithering on his belly into the house too.
    Hugs madi your bfff

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  11. Wow, that is very cool. Do they chase kitties?

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  12. WOW, those are big guys. Never seen one of those animals before. Thanks for sharing with us.

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  13. Oh man, they were some pretty interesting creatures there! I think my secretary would also freak out if she would see such wild life running around!

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  14. Hmmmmm not sure what happened to our comment. But we sed...Lunch and dinner fur a long time. MOL And purrlenty of bacon fur all of us bacon luvvin' kitties.

    Luv ya'

    Dezi and Lexi

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  15. I never knew about javelinas! Interesting. Nice capture!

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  16. I've learned something here, I've never heard of Javelina before, how fascinating to watch them foraging.
    thankyou
    Briony
    x

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  17. Goodness! You have interesting visitors!!

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  18. Ooooh, that's cool!! will they run away if they see you? Are they mean?

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  19. Wow! I've never even heard of javelinas. This is very interesting.

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  20. We've never seen those before. Good thing you were far away from them.

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  21. Wow! That is so cool! We've seen them once in the wold, too. They (a mother and her babies) ran right past us. Scared the pants off of us!

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  22. They aren’t stunning like me, that’s for sure. I’m sorry for not visiting more often. TW likes to post but is getting weird about visiting even if I bite her.

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  23. We STILL say that annything called a "stink-pig" is NOT ta be messed with. MOL!

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  24. Awww so cute !
    Much cuter than the Wildboars we have around here !!

    XOXO

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  25. I have never ever heard of these. What a joy to get close enough to film them

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  26. What interesting animals they are! And to get to see them up close and personal, you are one lucky person. It is amazing what lives in the desert!
    Nellie's Mom

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  27. Wow, I didn't know that they would be this close in to civilization!

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  28. now that would get me pretty excited too

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Oh Boy...this is gonna be GREAT!