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Grey Foxes

Ground predators are often seen as a nuisance. They hunt small mammals, birds and on rare occasions, domesticated pets, but they are an important part of the food chain 

Grey foxes are some of the most scarce to photograph. Only sticking around for a few shots most of the time. A majority of the time they will travel in pairs. Mated couples or siblings. 

They are part of the canine family but act more like felines. They can climb trees but of course den in the ground. 

Spring time is always the best time to see foxes, as the mother will have to find food to bring back for her young. They usually have smaller litters, 2-3 fox kits a year. It’s always a blessing to see these furry creatures, and I dream constantly about my next encounter with them. 

For more great pics, please visit Martin Wildlife Photography.

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