Well, the SDP Editor in Chief has issued an edict to the entire staff. When visiting Myakka State Park we are to do everything within our photographic powers to capture a picture of a wild boar clearly showing a snout. I watched this family at a distance for quite awhile (as an owl hooted and a red shouldered hawk cawed nearby -- what ambiance!), but to my dismay the boars wouldn't look up. They were preoccupied snarfing dinner. They kept their heads very low, grazing away, never lifting their snouts. No matter how much I willed them under my breath, it didn't happen. I shall take this wild boar assignment seriously. Be prepared to see snouts. One of these days. On the bright side, it's very cool to see wild boar wandering around the park oblivious to humans.