Fox on the field

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Fox on the field

Post by UFSoil » Wed Jul 08, 2009 7:44 am

Well, I was sitting on my balcony listening music when I spotted fox (Vulpes) on my "Backyard". It was produbly trying to find some small animals like voles or rabits to eat. I was looking it's going about 5min until it spotted me and walked ran away.

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Post by Culpeo » Wed Jul 08, 2009 8:21 am

That's pretty nifty =D Just the other day I saw a spotted fox cross my backyard, but by the looks of your picture, it seems you get a LOT of wildlife near you! It was most likely probably trying to find food (as you stated before) but that's really cool you got to see it for a good amount of time!
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Post by UFSoil » Wed Jul 08, 2009 10:43 am

Culpeo, I live in old farmhouse (surrounded by forests and fields) all weekends and summers, when I'm not studying. So yeah, I do see lots of wild-life :D

and here is other pic, the fox was running away in this one
link: http://ratter-95.deviantart.com/art/Fox ... -128741587
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Post by Hiedidog » Wed Jul 08, 2009 12:39 pm

Your lucky to have seen one. That's a real nice looking fox, too. And that you got pictures is even greater.

We get foxes where I live too, but they are very rare here.
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Post by Starry63 » Wed Jul 08, 2009 5:30 pm

Hiedidog wrote:Your lucky to have seen one. That's a real nice looking fox, too. And that you got pictures is even greater.

We get foxes where I live too, but they are very rare here.
I totally agree. I live in the city so wildlife here is hardly seen :) Congrats to you for seeing a fox! Also, very nice pictures you've taken there.

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Post by brownwolf » Thu Jul 09, 2009 4:59 pm

Woah! Lucky! That's really neat ^^
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Post by shadowwolf2234 » Fri Jul 10, 2009 11:42 am

Wow, your really lucky to see a fox. It's really beautiful! =)
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Re: Fox on the field

Post by SunlightsRock » Thu Jul 16, 2009 12:18 pm

We have lots of foxes around here(lower Minnesota), although most of the ones I have seen have had run-ons with traffic, and the outcome wasn't so happy for the fox. But I do see them in ditches, and they are very much alive. Also, in the spring we had some baby kits that recieved some publicity when they came up to the edge of town, but they were in danger of the road not far from where they had been staying, so some wildlife officers relocated them to a forest nearby.

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