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    Quote Originally Posted by Rockntractor View Post
    There goes what was left of the grill on his pickup!:eek:
    Dude. I keep tellin' ya...he'g got a brush guard.

    May have to hose out the winch cable tho....:D
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedy View Post
    It is not a Javelina. It is a feral hog. Domesticated hogs that went wild generations ago. Probably some Javelina DNA in there somewhere. This is a young runt. Not unusual to take down hogs weighing 400-500 pounds out here.
    Wow.

    We have wild hogs around here. Not that many, though. There are more in South Georgia but we have 'em here on Forest Service land.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubba Dawg View Post
    Wow.

    We have wild hogs around here. Not that many, though. There are more in South Georgia but we have 'em here on Forest Service land.
    There are quite a few around here along with other types of critters like coyotes, bobcats, cougars and such. I haven"t seen any myself but there have been bear sightings. You also have mystical critters like lechusas. Actually saw a lechusa last week.
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    I'll bite. What is a lechusa?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gingersnap View Post
    I'll bite. What is a lechusa?

    A lechusa or lechuza is a large owl like bird but much bigger. They don't hoot but whistle very loud and shrill. Some people believe that lechuzas are witches who can take the shape of these large birds.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedy View Post
    A lechusa or lechuza is a large owl like bird but much bigger. They don't hoot but whistle very loud and shrill. Some people believe that lechuzas are witches who can take the shape of these large birds.
    Okay, you saw one? You must tell us.

    Also, they aren't in Colorado, right? :eek:
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gingersnap View Post
    Okay, you saw one? You must tell us.

    Also, they aren't in Colorado, right? :eek:
    In my lifetime I have seen lechuzas about half a dozen times. I do not believe the whole lechuzas are witches thing, though. To me they are just huge birds that are very rareky seen.

    The one I saw last week was flying low in the opposite direction I was traveling. It was just a few feet above the highway and when it got close to my Jeep it swooped up over it. I stpped a few miles up the road to drain the big lizard and as I got back into my Jeep the damned lechuza buzzed me,
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedy View Post
    In my lifetime I have seen lechuzas about half a dozen times. I do not believe the whole lechuzas are witches thing, though. To me they are just huge birds that are very rareky seen.

    The one I saw last week was flying low in the opposite direction I was traveling. It was just a few feet above the highway and when it got close to my Jeep it swooped up over it. I stpped a few miles up the road to drain the big lizard and as I got back into my Jeep the damned lechuza buzzed me,
    But they aren't in Colorful Colorado, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gingersnap View Post
    But they aren't in Colorful Colorado, right?
    I have no doubt that they exist.

    It's too cold for them in Colorado, though, unless they find an open garage to take shelter in....
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