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Apr 04, 2018 19:12 |  #10396

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Are they afraid of humans, or just wary? And, being out in the wilds, are they as persecuted as our urban and not-so-urban foxes are? Our urban squirrels (greys for the most part in the UK, except for some lucky areas that have the red) can be cheeky little monsters, raiding bird feeders and begging for food if they hear the rustle of a crisp bag!

No our foxes are not run down by human's and dogs. They do get their fair share of humans in car's. but some can be very savvy about staying alive. Most are afraid of humans. I think there will always be all the above but for the most part foxes here as all animals really are very allusive. I live in the area that transitions between hard wood bush and boreal forest to strictly coniferous forest. So within a couple hours I can be in any and all.

Here at home I have all the critters you have seen me post.. From Moose and black bear to pine marten, beaver, muskrat, deer, Lynx, loon, owls, its a land of Lakes, ponds, rivers, hard wood bush and spruce bog.

Perfect for the wildlife photog..


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Apr 04, 2018 21:38 |  #10397

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Apr 04, 2018 22:19 |  #10398

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Apr 04, 2018 23:38 |  #10399

Pondrader wrote in post #18600263 (external link)
Your wish is my command Stu.... I do odd ball crops because I've had a ton of stuff stolen as of late. I've had many people contact me saying they found my image that someone else was posted as their own.

But here is that image in its original crop. Thanks Stu
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Another great picture as always Jeff!!

That stinks you have had your pictures stolen, sadly that is the way the world is today, and yesterday as well.

Ever consider watermarking your pics? Personally I don't like seeing pictures with a watermark, but it sounds like that might save your pics from being stolen.....


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Apr 05, 2018 03:50 |  #10400

Inspeqtor wrote in post #18600493 (external link)
Another great picture as always Jeff!!

That stinks you have had your pictures stolen, sadly that is the way the world is today, and yesterday as well.

Ever consider watermarking your pics? Personally I don't like seeing pictures with a watermark, but it sounds like that might save your pics from being stolen.....

The human is a strange beast as you know Charles. I don't think we can stop it from happening. My name is my watermark. Everything we post is up for grabs I think so
keeping the res low and odd sizes is about the one way I know. Theres no way I'm covering the images with my name splattered across the middle.
so I guess it is what it is.


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Apr 05, 2018 08:20 |  #10401

Pondrader wrote in post #18600365 (external link)
<snip>Here at home I have all the critters you have seen me post.. From Moose and black bear to pine marten, beaver, muskrat, deer, Lynx, loon, owls, its a land of Lakes, ponds, rivers, hard wood bush and spruce bog.

Perfect for the wildlife photog..

It sounds idyllic - except for the very cold winters and (I'm guessing) mozzies in summer?:-)


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Apr 05, 2018 08:37 |  #10402

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It sounds idyllic - except for the very cold winters and (I'm guessing) mozzies in summer?:-)

Ya that part is a drag.. I like the winter shooting, sometimes more than spring or summer but your right the biting bugs are a real pain. I fact of life I guess to get the wildlife we crave.

As you can see.. they like everyone


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Apr 05, 2018 10:03 |  #10403

Trik wrote in post #18600655 (external link)
It sounds idyllic - except for the very cold winters and (I'm guessing) mozzies in summer?:-)


HHhhhmmm I had to google the word "mozzie"!


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Apr 05, 2018 10:23 |  #10404

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HHhhhmmm I had to google the word "mozzie"!

Sorry about that - I was forgetting the language barrier between the USA and UK! ;-)a


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Apr 05, 2018 10:23 |  #10405

Pondrader wrote in post #18600663 (external link)
Ya that part is a drag.. I like the winter shooting, sometimes more than spring or summer but your right the biting bugs are a real pain. I fact of life I guess to get the wildlife we crave.

As you can see.. they like everyone
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Apr 05, 2018 10:24 |  #10406

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Sorry about that - I was forgetting the language barrier between the USA and UK! ;-)a

Oh no problem! I got to learn something new today!!


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Apr 05, 2018 15:15 |  #10408

stunning ^^^^^^^ Jeff Randy bare with me, thanks both so little time please forgive brevity

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