COLLARED PECCARY

Collared Peccary or Javelina is a hoofed mammal with course brown speckled hair, a pig-like nose, short legs, and long sharp canine teeth. The resemble pigs or boars, but they are not. Javelina’s are there own family called Tayassuidae. They usually travel in groups of ten or less. They can be seen in the deserts… Read More COLLARED PECCARY

A DEER ON THE TRAIL

Mule Deer are native to western North America. Their name derives from the fact that they have large ears, like a mule, the ears move continuously and independently. Here is a Mule Deer I saw recently on a trail in the Ponderosa Pine forest area, close to where I live.