JAVELINA TAKES A HIKE 5x7 print
javelina trotting thru Texas
southwestern wildlife drawing
giclee print on fine art paper
JAVELINA TAKES A HIKE
This 5" x 7" " art print is matted to outer dimensions of 8" x 10" to fit a readymade frame. We include foam board to make this affordable Lindy Cook Severns Art reproduction easy and economical for you to frame.
A clear, resealable envelope protects your matted print. This attractive packaging makes an elegant gift presentation!
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"JAVELINA TAKES A HIKE"
Scruffy and wild, javelina frequent the Davis Mountains of West Texas and the Chisos in Big Bend. "Collared peccaries" (not "hogs" as they are so often mislabeled, probably to their dismay) javelinas are cousins to deer. They often browse the Far West Texas mountains outside my studio. Nearly blind, javelinas depend on hearing and smell, and despite their quaint appearance, they are unfriendly neighbors. Their tusks make them quite dangerous. Still, we love seeing these guys!