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We were entertained by this cub peeping from behind this piece of timber.


Not sure who was laughing at who as he seemed to find us just as amusing as we did him.


Those bits top left are cobwebs.

"I'm an inveterate fox and not a hedgehog, so I always think you should try everything."

Clifford Geertz


Shot out of camera


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One of life's sweet surprises - after coming up fairly empty on a recent visit to the Great Swamp, I was greeted by these curious fox kits as I was preparing to go home - a reminder never to put your camera away until you are really done and gone. New Vernon, NJ - 2014

Een heerlijke dag met Martha in de AWD doorgebracht. Op zoek naar de jonge vosjes, waarvan we er ook inderdaad één gezien hebben. Daarvan later meer...deze vos is een jaar oud hebben we ons laten vertellen.


Explored. Thanks for all your comments and faves!

Another shot of the same fox : )

Taken in Hokkaido, Japan.

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Red Fox - Vulpes Vulpes


A lovely evening spent with some fox cubs... A small fox cub rests for a moment before going off in search of food.

Another one by Mrs F. Our garden, Sussex

I watched my yard fox try to get at hibernating chipmunks, and chase squirrels, for about 30 minutes this morning. At one point it climbed halfway up the arborvitae in its pursuit. It startled momentarily at the sound of my camera clicking, but then went right back to hunting.


Although it was ultimately unsuccessful, the birds enjoyed a blissful squirrel-free feeder zone for the rest of the morning.


Like buses never see a fox for ages then 3 come at once!! I came across this fox (1 of 2 that were foraging together) only about 5 minutes before the last fox photo i uploaded, i didn't think the image was up to much till i noticed i have captured another disfigured creature this one has something wrong with one eye, another point to note is how much fresher and younger the other fox image is, as Carita noticed

I don't know the name of this fox but whenever I see a fox I remember the stories of my childhood. The fox in this shot lives in a local wildlife park and when I visited the park on Saturday I was quite surprised to find at least one of the red foxes awake and active. Usually they sleep most of the day and you often don't see them at all.


The blurry areas in this shot are due to the fence. That's something I will probably repeat again and again in the next days as I had to take 90% of my photos at the wildlife park through fences.

A red fox captured on the ice of Lake Ontario in NY. He was out hunting waterfowl when I came upon him.

this little fox lives in the woods by our summer house

on the Swedish west coast~!!




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A lovely evening spent with some fox cubs... This particular one seemed very relaxed and spent quite a long time scratching away in front of me.

Canon EOS 50D

Skywatcher 80 ED


~ 960mm F 7.6

A revisit to the fox den yesterday evening was very successful. There are actually 6 cubs there and they entertained me for about 45 minutes before I had to retreat because of an aching neck and back.

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I had the most wonderful encounter.

Please view large.

This little fox and his two siblings were playing on the road yesterday evening. I didn't see the mom, but I heard her calling anxiously in the bushes. The lttle ones didn't pay any attention to her - they were having far too much fun :)

Unfortunately I goofed and didn't get any good pics of them playing. Aaargh!!! :((

Precocious, inquisitive, active, playful, are just some words I can conjure up to describe the little guys. I've seen four pups. I really believe the litter may be bigger, with the parents splitting them into two locations. The next door dog struck again and the kits are currently relocated. I see the parents out hunting at different times of the day......but I haven't seen the pups for several days. So, once again, I wonder if they will return.

“...what is the meaning of La Belle Dame Sans Merci? - have you never been enthralled? enchantment that is unrequited desolates the soul...”

― John Geddes, A Familiar Rain

Saturday was excellent for shooting some photos of fox kits, that were warming themselves in the morning sun.

My 1st fox, and he was all to happy to pose for me.

Red Fox photographed from my home office window.


She half-heartedly chased some squirrels, then came directly toward me and took a couple of drinks out of the bird puddle. She flinched at the sound of the shutter, but finished her drink and continued on her morning rounds.


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It was very dim in the woods i was at yesterday when i stumbled across this fox, so had to shoot at ISO 3200 so i am quite pleased with how it came out! :)

Vandaag weer eens een stevige wandeling door de duinen gemaakt, een oude bekende kruiste mijn pad ...

Fox shot with 85 mm lens


Portrait of a japanese Red Fox, northern Hokkaido, Japan

British Wildlife Centre

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