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Gray fox

Urocyon cinereoargenteus

Description:

Gray face with gray body fur. The sides of the neck have brown fur with white along the neck and belly.

Habitat:

This particular fox had a den in my garage under some boards. She finally decided to move her two young pups down the street to a more secure and quiet area.

Notes:

Update on 8 May 2016: I figured out why she was hanging out at my house for so long. I was finishing my run a couple days ago and low and behold there she was moving her pups. Finally got a decent picture of the local gray fox! There are at least two in the area. Big shadow comes from the bright flashlight to get the photo.

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2 Comments

RonaldOrosz
RonaldOrosz 5 years ago

It looked mildly interested. Lol! After the pictures it quickly ran away. We see at least one each night on our evening walk.

AshleyT
AshleyT 5 years ago

I bet that was exciting for you! Great that it stayed still with the flashlight on it too!

RonaldOrosz
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RonaldOrosz

San Antonio, Texas, USA

Spotted on May 8, 2016
Submitted on Jan 11, 2016

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