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#21 Tom Kellie

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Posted 02 July 2015 - 01:03 AM

These photos of a young Red Fox were taken from our bathroom window this morning (it is in our neighbour's garden) in Birmingham, UK

 

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We thought it was a handsome looking young fox and then noticed it moved a little strangely

 

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Wow! Great fox series!

 

Foxes come that close to British homes?

 

No trepidation? I had no idea that they were so bold.

 

It has the look of a juvenile, yet I lack any experience with foxes.

 

Is it likely less than one year old?

 

Thank you for posting homegrown wildlife images.

 

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Posted 09 August 2015 - 05:12 PM

wow, lots of great shots :)

 

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Posted 09 August 2015 - 06:17 PM

Ooo I must have missed this thread. Here are this years cubs hunting for peanuts in my garden. Taken in early June at about 9pm-ish with a Nikon D5300 70-300mm.

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Posted 19 February 2017 - 03:15 AM

Ooo I must have missed this thread. Here are this years cubs hunting for peanuts in my garden. Taken in early June at about 9pm-ish with a Nikon D5300 70-300mm.

 

You are so lucky to get them in your garden!!!! I would love, love, love to see a red fox. I've never seen one before.

 

I can contribute arctic fox photos from my Churchill trip in 2014 though!

 

 

Arctic fox doing a poo:

 

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Blink and you'll miss her!

 

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Waking up

 

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