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Mar 17, 2017 09:31 |  #8701

jm4ever wrote in post #18303291 (external link)
Jeff your fox images are great, as always. Just wondering how you manage to get so close to them? Any time I catch a glimpse of a fox they bolt away in an instant. Certainly there's no chance of them sitting there looking at me. Are they just that accustomed to seeing you around?

Thanks, Year's of being around them and the area they live in. Sometimes you get lucky like I did with the Deer fox image, Right place, right time, right light. So the answer is 100's maybe 1000's of hours in the bush in my area. I know more animals then people around here and I've lived here all my life.


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Mar 17, 2017 10:47 |  #8702

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Mar 17, 2017 11:42 |  #8703

jm4ever wrote in post #18303291 (external link)
Jeff your fox images are great, as always. Just wondering how you manage to get so close to them? Any time I catch a glimpse of a fox they bolt away in an instant. Certainly there's no chance of them sitting there looking at me. Are they just that accustomed to seeing you around?

His name must be Jeff Foxworthy.




  
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Mar 17, 2017 11:58 |  #8704

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jm4ever wrote in post #18303291 (external link)
Jeff your fox images are great, as always. Just wondering how you manage to get so close to them? Any time I catch a glimpse of a fox they bolt away in an instant. Certainly there's no chance of them sitting there looking at me. Are they just that accustomed to seeing you around?

His name must be Jeff Foxworthy.

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Mar 17, 2017 14:22 |  #8705

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His name must be Jeff Foxworthy.

lol ... I just shoot what I got.


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Mar 17, 2017 14:37 |  #8706

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So far T I'm gona say not with the ones i've checked on. This one is the matriarch of foxes and i'm not sure about her.

I reckon it would be hard to tell if she's pregnant under that luscious winter coat... I suppose she'll disappear for a couple of weeks once she has her kits, and the male will be doing extra hunting to be able to bring food back for her while she suckles the little ones...

You are so lucky to have a family of foxes that come out during the day... ours tend to stick to being nocturnal here...

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Mar 17, 2017 14:53 |  #8707

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I reckon it would be hard to tell if she's pregnant under that luscious winter coat... I suppose she'll disappear for a couple of weeks once she has her kits, and the male will be doing extra hunting to be able to bring food back for her while she suckles the little ones...

You are so lucky to have a family of foxes that come out during the day... ours tend to stick to being nocturnal here...

T.

Yes I agree they do hunt a lot at night. But I find they sleep in the morning and start moving around noon, napping here and there. The Deer Fox Images are right around 3pm I think is the first image. I don't know just where the den is but its around there within a 1/2 km I think, at least buy the tracks I see.


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Mar 17, 2017 15:35 |  #8708

Pondrader wrote in post #18303522 (external link)
lol ... I just shoot what I got.

I think of Pondrader (Jeff ) and Wallace River( Ian ) as THE FOX WISPERER's . When u see their name and the word Fox, you know it's gonna be good;-)a

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Mar 17, 2017 22:54 |  #8710

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Thanks John.




  
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Mar 18, 2017 16:36 |  #8713

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Znam Bory Tucholskie jak wlasna kieszen :) Super zdjecie :)


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