Although I spent many hours in the outdoors in my younger days, we didn't have armadillos this far up north. Now they are all over the place. Anyway, yesterday afternoon I was bank fishing on the Verdigris, and I heard what sounded like club-footed kids busting through the brush. I looked over my shoulder to see 2 armadillos charging my spot. I jumped up out of my chair and took a defensive stance with a yell, thinking they would run. Well they stopped for a second, but only slowed from a run to a slow walk and kept advancing. I moved around to my truck to grab an Ugly Stik and they scattered. About 2 hours later I heard what I thought was a deer, but once again it was these 2 clowns charging my spot. I jumped up and kicked dirt at them and one ran off, but the other kept coming. I threw a large piece of wood at him and he backed off a few feet, but would not leave. So I then grabbed a 10 foot piece of bamboo I had cut earlier, and went to whipping his a$$ and he finally got the hint and left. Is this normal behavior for these animals or was I just lucky? I know they were lucky that I had decided to not bring my Glock!