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Red Fox Pup(s) Morro Bay, CA 28 May 2008

Red Fox Pup(s) Morro Bay, CA 28 May 2008. The Cloisters City Park just inside Morro Strand State Park property 100' from the grass play area. Canon 1D Mark III 300mm f/2.8 + 2.0X TE on tripod, Michael "Mike" L. Baird bairdphotos.com

You can read a comprehensive research report on the introduced Red Fox at morro-bay.com/educational/research-reports/red-fox--calif... (courtesy Mike Evans www.treeoflifenursery.com/ and Glenn Hightree www.flickr.com/photos/palo_alto/2532406099/ ). These cute pups are likely to be captured and destroyed due to their being non-native and a threat to the Western Snowy Plover being protected nearby.


20 April 2009 Creative Commons use note: Approved. Request: The National Wildlife Federation would like permission to use three of your amazing photos for educational purposes on our Wildlife Watch website located at:

www.nwf.org/wildlifewatch. The photos we wish to use are www.flickr.com/photos/mikebaird/2251299927/,

www.flickr.com/photos/mikebaird/2532645721/, and www.flickr.com/photos/mikebaird/262766480/. They will be used to help the public learn to identify common wildlife species found in the United States, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. You will be given copyright credit every time the photos are used and NWF will also contact you before using the photographs in any other capacity. If necessary, we may need to resize and alter the photos to fit the Wildlife Watch website and we would like permission to do so. Thanks for you consideration and we look forward to hearing from you soon! Luisa Grant, Program Assistant, grant [at} nwf d o t org, National Wildlife Federation.

Reply: Luisa Grant, That's great - thanks for asking. I'm honored you are using more of my photos. Best! mike@mikebaird.com - To the extent it applies, my boilerplate at www.flickr.com/people/mikebaird/ says "If you are using one of my photos under a Creative Common license (most are licensed for use with attribution), please attribute the photo in one of the ways as follows (listed in order of preference):

Michael "Mike" L. Baird, bairdphotos.com flickr.bairdphotos.com {link to framed image page} or

Mike Baird, bairdphotos.com or if you have limited space


and if purposed online, please link to the related Flickr image page if practicable. I would appreciate a note via Flickr mail or directly to mike [at} mikebaird d o t com indicating which image was used (please include the URL to the framed image page - not just "your otter" or a link to a static farm .jpg). If appropriate I will add to the image description a link to your project. You are also encouraged to add a comment to the photo with links to its use by you, and add tags (labels) to further enhance its visibility. If you use my image(s) in a printed publication, I'd love to get via postal mail a copy of the publication or tear sheets for my portfolio if practicable. Mail to Michael L. Baird, 2756 Indigo Circle, Morro Bay, CA 93442. USA. Life is short, and I get a kick out of seeing others enjoy my images in a responsible way. mike [at} mikebaird d o t com

Be sure to use the full-resolution versions available under "all sizes" for best reproduction. If you are using my image(s) in a composite such as a slideshow, screen-saver, flash package, etc., it must be clearly evident which images are mine via watermarks and/or or embedded/attached list of sources. It is not adequate to have a credits page elsewhere that states "some images are used from bairdphotos.com etc." This last point is especially relevant for for-profit uses of my images that are not purely non-profit, charitable, or educational in nature"


18 Dec 2012, Getty Images requested to represent this image but wanted a higher resolution version which isn't available.

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Taken on May 28, 2008