A storm is coming across from the mountains and a pair of young collared javelina are scarfing up the fallen acorns beneath one of our oak trees. They were unperturbed by the shining of the flashlight held by my able assistant and the light from the camera on my iPhone as I snapped a bunch of pictures of them from our front porch.
It is raining in earnest now, so I wonder where they have found for shelter. The rain isn’t very hard, but there is a lot of thunder rumbling and lightning flashing from the mountains. They seem to take it in stride. They will probably be back later for dessert.