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Walrus Island Alaska.


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Torres del Paine National Park


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Island Fox  Channel Islands NP California  Santa Cruz Island subspecies  2021 


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Dave Williams

The only native Fox species in the UK can be split in to two types, Urban and Rural.

Whereas Urban Foxes have learnt to live with humans, frequenting dust bins for food scraps and brazenly ignoring people, the rural fox is still very wary, avoiding human contact where possible probably as a legacy of hunting.

When we had a  rural Fox visit our garden water trough earlier this year I had high hopes of making it a photographic project. Sadly it was not to be. Evidence suggested the Vixen was carrying cubs and she duly gave birth but sadly we never saw them. Both mother and cubs were shot dead after several raids on a neighbouring farmer's hen houses. I don't blame him, he has a living to protect but it's a shame it ended up like that.



51146553714_006559ff4c_h.jpgFox at the water trough. by Dave Williams, on Flickr

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Arctic fox looking for eggs at a little auk nesting site in Hornsund, Svalbard. Taken with a Canon 750D and a 100-400 mm lens.



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