Prescott, AZ, December 16, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Until now, very little film footage on the javelina, aka Collared Peccary, was available to the public. Prescott Arizona resident, Boyce Davis, has spent hours behind his camera lens capturing a javelina family in its natural setting. His filming includes many rarely-seen nighttime environments.
An accomplished photographer and ardent nature lover, Boyce Davis first became interested in javelinas when he found them making their characteristic duck-like sounds outside his home in Prescott Arizona. As Davis watched them, his interest soon turned to passion. When Davis was unable to find much published information on Collared Peccary, he decided to use his camera to educate himself about these curious animals. What resulted was a beautifully edited, two year video study titled Javelina Family Life
that Davis has just released on DVD.
The DVD is available from Ponderosa Images Co. at www.javelinafamilylife.com, an educational website that introduces javelinas through an overview of information and photos. The website also acquaints the visitor with Mr. Davis and the friendly city of Prescott Arizona.
Javelinas, a new-world animal, slowly migrated from South America into the United States. Presently, Prescott Arizona is their most northern locale. Javelinas travel in groups and enjoy rooting through carefully landscaped gardens, much to the ire of man. Yet, in their natural setting, as photographed by Boyce Davis, these pig-like animals display all manner of quirky and amazing behaviors; beautifully captured on the DVD, Javelina Family Life. This is not a hunting film, but one man's passionate research of an oft misunderstood native animal. All footage is suitable for family viewing.
For anyone who is curious to see how javelinas spend their days --- and nights, Boyce Davis offers his DVD Javelina Family Life. The DVD is available exclusively through www.javelinafamilylife.com.