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Red Fox
Cody Goulin
Taken during a recent trip to the Arctic Circle. We spotted this fox about two hours south of the circle
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Red Fox
Scott Storey
I was lucky enough to capture this red fox right at our house which is 40 minutes from Whitehorse city. It kept us entertained for a while as it came and buried its lunch in the snow in our front yard. Then returned 20 minutes later and dug it up!
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Red Fox
Heather Lockwood-Hunt
we came across this fox on Arowhon rd. Apparently, he had been using the same path for a while, looking at how beaten down it was.
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Red Fox
Kayla Cuddy
Living in rural Ontario means getting to see and interact with wildlife on a daily basis. For a few years now a family of red foxes have been living in a den under my old shed, which means in the spring I get the chance to watch the baby foxes grow up. This curious little guy spotted me one day and decided to pose for some photos.
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Red Fox
Nina Stavlund

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Lori Kupsch
There is a family of foxes that live in the city of Red Deer. The city has grown around their habitat. I enjoy spending time watching the babies.
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Red Fox
Lori Kupsch
While photographing this family of red foxes, another photographer had put a go pro near the den. One curious little fox had to check it out.
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Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes)
Toby Rowland
Sometimes you find the best things when you least expect it. That was the case with this red fox (Vulpes vulpes) which I was able to photo of through the passenger window once I pulled over. After getting a quick shot I made sure she moved away from the road before any more cars came along.
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Red Fox
Ting ting Chen
I met this fox in Maberly, Newfoundland. He just sat there quietly and watched me like we’ve known each other. I like this photo because its tones remind me of the scene in a fairytale.
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Red Fox
Lori Kupsch
I came across this den of fox in May. There were 7 all together. I sat a couple of times in my vehicle watching their antics. They are the cutest!
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Red Fox
Ernie Walker
A family of red foxes made a den nearby my workplace so I was fortunate enough to look out our kitchen window daily and watch them grow. This photo was taken on the day that the last fox was seen in mid-September before leaving to find a new den for the winter.
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Red Fox
Glen Strickey
Red fox kits trying to get to mom for some food. There were 7 kits in this litter. One busy mom.
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Red Fox
Glen Strickey
I had the pleasure to follow this fox dean over the course of 6 weeks and watch them grow. They were living under the tourist building at the Confederation Bridge on PEI.
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Jean-Simon Bégin
A red fox we found in the north during a snow storm.
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Carol Ann Ryan
These two fox siblings were having quite a playful time.
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Red Fox
Carol Ann Ryan
This little fox kit was thirsty from all his playing with his siblings and he stopped for a drink.
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Red Fox
Carol Ann Ryan
While photographing this family of foxes, this little fox kit contentedly lay on a rock and observed.
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Red Fox
Carol Ann Ryan
I was photographing this fox family and this Father fox and his fox kit shared a sweet moment.
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Red Fox
Carol Ann Ryan
This red fox was seen at the Cape Saint Mary's Ecological Reserve very early in the morning.
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Red Fox
Karen Root
Sometimes you just get lucky!! I was able to snap this pic before he caught wind of me.
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Red Fox
Steven McGrath
A night of soccer under the lights was upstaged by this curious fox that decided to check out the spectators. The fox gladly posed for this lady to take a picture with her phone. A night I am sure she will remember for a long time.
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Red Fox
Lloyd Holmes
This Red Fox was hunting in the tall grass along the road running through the park.
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Craig Douce
This red fox was discovered curled up in the snow near the Icefields Parkway on a quiet wintery morning.
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Red Fox
philip childs
I was out for an early morning walk in Toronto during the Summer, when I spotted this fox stalking prey along the lakeshore. I took this shot as the sun was coming up and the fox leapt into the shadows to catch a vole
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Red Fox
Ariane Comte
There's a fox den at my father's property. Every spring, I look forward to watch the kits grow as a family. They are quite the show when they play on a busy trucking road. A few weeks later, the kits become independent hunter and a cycle continues.
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Red Fox
Steven McGrath
This Red Fox decided to take a break and watch the soccer game
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Red Fox
philip childs
Last Winter I came across a fox den in my local woods, in the Springtime I set up a hide close by to photograph any activity, one morning I was able to photograph this young fox kit heading home into the den
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red fox (Vulpes vulpes)
stella d'Entremont
This female fox is well known in the area. Much to our dismay, he is being fed often by locals. On this day I was happy to see that he caught his own dinner. It sad for the squirrel but that is how wildlife works. He would of been bringing this feed to his four kits that would of been about three months old.
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Red Fox
Nick seman
Most of us have herd the saying sly like a fox, and after watching this young fox play with his brother you could defiantly see where that saying came from
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Red Fox
Shona Iverson
A young red fox stopped to check us out while patrolling her territory.
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Red Fox
Shona Iverson
I've been photographing this little one-eyed fox throughout multiple visits to the park over the past year and always breathe a little easier once I've seen her.
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Red Fox
Nina Stavlund
On route from Algonquin to Ottawa, I saw this Red Fox hunting in a field close to the road. It took a little while but it finally got it's prey.
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Vulpes vulpes
Mike Allen
I stopped on the side of a backroad in Algonquin to shoot some landscape photos and it just so happened that this nice looking red fox was nearby and curious about me.
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Renard Roux
Antoine Bernier
J'ai croisé ce jeune renard très tôt en matinée au parc national du Bic. Son regard perçant qui traverse l'esprit me fait vivre de grandes émotions.
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Red Fox Vixen
Tina Sawicki
This was seconds after I captured the photo of her sleeping.
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Red Fox
Tina Sawicki
Brighton seemed to be the hub of Fox dens last year. I managed to capture this shot quickly before she realized I was there as I rounded a corner.
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Red Fox
Rick McGregor
"Red Fox Portrait" This little fox walked up to me as I stood there with my camera and sat down in the snow in front of me. Not more than 10 feet away.
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Red fox
Nina Marcucci
Early morning out in the woods when I came across the red fox who was unaware of my presence. What luck to get a couple of shots in before he picked up my scent and scampered off.
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Red Fox Kit
Tina Sawicki
This family of Red Fox had moved under my friend's porch and they would play all over her yard. I constantly get asked if this iguana is real. What do you think?
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Red Fox Kit
Tina Sawicki
I was watching the fox kits that had moved in under my friends porch in the back yard and then walked around to the front to see this guy checking out my monopod.
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Red Fox kits
Tina Sawicki
Interacting with a fox kit family that had moved under the porch of a friend's home. They were fascinated with a large white pot she had placed by the door.
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Red Fox
Sonny Parker
A Red Fox hunts for Arctic Ground Squirrels within the grounds of the Whitehorse International Airport.
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Red Fox - Vulpes vulpes
Brenda Vath
Driving on Hwy 546, I saw it on the side of the road and as I slowed and got my camera out it looked directly at me before trotting into the brush.
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Red Fox
Janet Griffin
This fox waited for its mother to return, hopefully with food. If people got too close he ran back under the building
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Red fox
Janet Griffin
This mother fox went hunting each day in backyards to feed her eight cubs under the lawn bowling clubhouse. She rested on porches and on lawn furniture. It was funny to watch
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Red Fox
Janet Griffin
These fox cubs were born under a lawn bowling clubhouse and caused quite an uproar as their mother raised them right next to a grocery store and busy street. Seven out of eight survived to adulthood.
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Red Fox Kit
Linda Bain
Mother Fox decided to have a family in downtown area of Brighton. I happen to be shopping and seen the kits out playing in the grass. There were 5 fox kits, so I ran home to get my camera
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Red Fox
Jason Dain
Red Fox momma with dinner for the kits
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Red Fox
Jason Dain
I found a fox den in my subdivision and was able to watch these two kits wrestling
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Red Fox
Jason Dain
Cross fox checking me out
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Red Fox
Jason Dain
Cross fox kits playing
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Red Fox
Jason Dain
I found a fox den in my subdivision and was able to enjoy the two parents keeping a close eye on the kits.
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Red fox ( Vulpes vulpes)
Oliver Whiffen
I was sitting by the ocean looking to photograph seabirds when this Red Fox came into view. It was hunting through the berry bushes looking for small game. It paused long enough to look at me and then it was gone on its merry way.
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Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes)
Ellie Desgranges
"Sunlit Red Fox". A Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes), perhaps begging for a nibble, briefly enjoys the quiet morning sun before resuming its hunt for prey. Narrows, Prince Albert National Park, Saskatchewan (2017).
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Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes)
Ellie Desgranges
"Sunlit Red Fox: The Winter Equivalent". This Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes) is the same individual as portrayed in "Sunlit Red Fox". Forming a pair, these two captures juxtapose contraries in nature and photography: winter and summer; cloudy and sunny; thick and thin fur coats; color and black-and-white; etc. Narrows, Prince Albert National Park, Saskatchewan (2019).
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Red Fox Kit
Larry Kirtley
This Kit was in the grass watching me the lighting was perfect and no harsh sunlight on the Kit
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Red Fox
Doug Lauvstad
The Fox was damp after walking through wet grass and he stopped and just basked in the warm sun
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Vulpes Vulpes
Sebastian Furtado
As my friend and I were driving out of the park after a long hike, my friend told me to stop the car. We looked across the road and noticed one fox cub playing in the grass. Moments later, two more emerged and began to play as if nobody was watching.
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Red Fox Kits
Larry Kirtley
I watched these Fox Kits from very small to the size they are in the picture. Perfect Pose beautifull fur I named them Frankie and Sweatpea
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Red Fox
CYNTHIA GODIN
On the way to the cottage these 3 foxes were just lounging around and not shy at all, well except maybe the one hiding in the tall grass.
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Vulpes vulpes - red fox
Sandi Little
I had never seen a fox in a tree. Imagine my surprise when walking along a trail I look up and see this red fox sunning himself on the branch of a tree
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Lauren Belfiore
A city fox on the move with places to be and other foxes to see
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Red fox
Chris Scanlan
A fellow photographer kindly pointed me in the direction of a red fox that was very approachable. The fox instantly came to me as i got out of my truck and i spent a good hour taking pictures of it in fall foliage.
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Red Fox
Albert Michaud
Dad fox coming back to the den with food for his 6 pups
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Red Fox Kit
Tracey Cholin
A mother red fox has had kits in the culvert under our driveway for the past couple of years. The three kits would come out and play while we watched.
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Red Fox
Howard Ruston
Momma and Kit - One morning I went to the weir which goes across The South Saskatchewan River. The South Saskatchewan River runs through Saskatoon. While standing looking at the weir, I noticed something moving out of the corner of my eye. I am on a wood boardwalk about 20 feet from a major street in Saskatoon. This fox is walking beside a concrete and steel fence with it's kit in it's mouth. Glad I had my camera with me and had it ready. A real surprise to see.
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Red Fox
Larry Kirtley
I photographed the mother Fox Vixen with her Kit you can see the love that the Kit has for it's mother lighting was perfect highlighting their gorgeous colour.
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Red fox
Heather Reid
Red fox portrait There are several foxes that frequent the landings on Lake Temagami. This one posed quite close to me.
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Red fox
Antoine Poursuibes
Even though this photo was taken in one of Montreal's public parks, numerous species live and accomodate with urban life like this red fox.
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Red Fox Kits
Larry Kirtley
Photographed these 2 red Fox Kits outside of their den. They kept a close eye on me just to get them outside of their den was a great find for me.
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Red Fox Kits
Larry Kirtley
The Vixen Fox had 5 kits and they were close to our home. One day I was out photographing the kits and they ran into this 8 inch pipe and stuck their heads out to see what i was doing a quick shot and they were gone.
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Red Fox
Donna Feledichuk
I was leaving a provincial park when this fox kit came up to the side of the road.
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Red Fox
Donna Feledichuk
This red fox kit had been out of this den playing with his siblings. He got a little tuckered out and retreated to the den, picking up a feather on the way
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Red Fox
Donna Feledichuk
This red fox den is close to a provincial park in our region. On my way out to the park I saw the kits were outside in front of their den playing and was able to get this action photo.
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Red Fox
Donna Feledichuk
These fox kits where playing outside their den. Their den is close to a provincial park that I frequent to take wildlife photos
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Red Fox Vulpes Vulpes
Russ Kitchen
After watching a den for quite some time I was finally rewarded by an appearance of these red fox kits. Shy at first but eventually trusted us & seemed curious enough to come out into the open. They would only do this when the mother fox was off hunting.
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Red fox
Lynn Fergusson
Cheek to Cheek - A Fox and her Kit enjoying a moment
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Red Fox
Lynn Fergusson
The Touch - a fox kit reaches up to touch his/her parents face
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Rene Fisher
Urban Fox Den in a lawn bowling office building in downtown brighton, ON
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Rene Fisher
Fox kit in a urban fox den in spring
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Red Fox ( Vulpes vulpes )
Greg McIntosh
Our eyes meet for a splt second as I come around a corner on a rural lot. I managed to click the shutter and poof she disappears.
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Red Fox
Karen Fahrlander
I am always on the lookout for wildlife to photograph as I drive along the back roads. This little red fox was basking in the warm sun as I snapped a few photos.
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Red Fox
Daniel Camilleri
I watched this fox disappear into the woods and return with this frozen meat in its mouth. It appears that it had retrieved it from a cache beneath the snow.
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Red Fox - Vulpes vulpes
Jesse De Luca
While having my morning coffee I was surprised to see a couple of fox kits playing on our lawn at the edge of the forest! I have never had an experience quite like this before. It made for the perfect photo opportunity in the June morning sunlight!
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Red fox - Vulpes vulpes
Michelle Graham
This shot was taken in a local natural greenspace between neighbourhoods in Waterloo, Ontario. There was a family with mom, dad and 5 kits. On this day, only one kit seemed to still be hanging around. Not sure where the others were. I waited for 2 hours starting just at sunrise for this kit and the mom to finally come out of the den and walk around. It was hard to choose my favourite picture.
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Red Fox Kit
Ted Busby
One of 5 Red Fox Kits discovered while driving the rural roads.
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Red Fox Kit
Amber Fortowsky
This young fox looked like it was scanning the area, watching for mom to return with food.
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Red Fox Kit
Amber Fortowsky
I like the way it looks like this young fox is sniffing the air. Its sibling was too shy to come outside!
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Red Fox Kit
Amber Fortowsky
This young fox seemed to be surveying the horizon, likely waiting for mom to return and wondering when this strange human would leave!
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Red Fox Kit
Amber Fortowsky
I love the look on this little guy's face! He was initially wary of my presence, however after I sat quietly nearby for a while, he accepted me and went about his day while I had the privilege of watching.
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Red Fox Kit
Amber Fortowsky
This young fox busied itself chewing on an old bone while waiting for its mom to return, presumably with food.
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Red Fox
Laura McArthur
I had been looking for a fox to photograph for a few years. One morning this summer I looked out of my kitchen window and there was the most beautiful fox in our backyard!
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Red Fox
Ray Maichin
I’ve spotted adult Red Foxes hanging around near an old abandoned barn close family cabin before, but this year I was incredibly fortunate to find an entire family(!) just soaking in the afternoon sun. Mum came out occasionally to gauge the safety of her offspring while I hung around. The kits themselves were apprehensive, but quickly regained their playful nature. I picked this shot because the family is posed as if the oldest of the bunch is standing watch while the others keep their eyes on me under the protection of big sis or bro. A moment I won’t soon forget!
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Red fox
Lynn Fergusson
The Explorer - This Red Fox Kit came out to explore around the shed just as the sun was setting.
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Red fox
Lynn Fergusson
These 2 kits were playing around this shed. they stayed close to the concrete block and side of the shed.
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cindy Conlin
Red fox kit playfully holding a large stick before beginning an evening of hunting with Mom
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Cindy Conlin
Mother red fox caring for it's kit during a break from hunting.
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Cindy Conlin
Red fox emerged from it's den in the Park and began hunting position to feed it's kits.
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Cindy Conlin
Mid winter spotted two adult red foxes that were interacting with each other. Later they would produce five kits.
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Red fox
Lynn Fergusson
A red fox kit enjoying the sunset and relaxing on the beach
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Vulpes vulpes Red Fox
Linda Pepper
Three young fox kits playing Tug of War with an animal pelt.
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Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes)
Faysal Chebbi
I was watching this young silver fox which is a melanistic form of the Red Fox for a while jumping and running all over the places in a public park, I picked a spot and stayed still, after a while the fox started walking toward me I then started pressing the shutter, I was really lucky to snap few shots and this one was the best one.
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Red Fox - Vulpes Vulpes
Debbie Oppermann
"Fox In The Woodpile" by Debbie Oppermann This parent was deciding whether to leave and go hunting or hang around. The decision was made a few minutes later, when it knew I was no threat, as it decided to go and grab some tasty morsels!
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Red Fox - Vulpes Vulpes
Debbie Oppermann
"Sweet Red Fox Kit" by Debbie Oppermann. That's it, come right out from behind the tall grass.This little one had just emerged from hiding behind the tall grasses and just stood for the longest time staring at me.
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Red Fox - Vulpes Vulpes
Debbie Oppermann
"Super Cute Red Fox Kits" by Debbie Oppermann. What is more adorable than a Red Fox kit? Two Red Fox kits! These two cuties had just emerged from the den which was underneath the red shed and just stood for the longest time staring at me.
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Red Fox - Vulpes Vulpes
Debbie Oppermann
"Adorable Red Fox Kit" by Debbie Oppermann. Over the course of a few days and about six hours of waiting I was rewarded for my patience by finally getting to see the fox kits. There were three kits but they were really shy. This little one had just emerged from the den which was underneath the red shed and just stood for the longest time staring at me.
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Red Fox
Eric Parker
These two red fox kits were from a family of five. Their parents had made their den in the side of lawn bowling clubhouse. I got to spend a couple times watching the kits wrestle and play on the grassy area just outside the den. In this picture, you see the two of them taking a break to cuddle with one another, it was one of the sweetest things I have ever witnessed!
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Red Fox
Eric Parker
This Red Fox was nearly all black except for the tip of its tail, back legs and a small spot on it's chest. She ran all around the park the day I went to see her, only stopping for a few seconds at a time. This photo is from one of those times when she decided to sit (well, lay, actually) still. I was so happy I managed to get a shot of such a beautiful and rare fox - in a busy city like Toronto no less!
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Red Fox, vulpes vulpes
Monica Dahl
I found this fox den at the intersection of a busy highway and an old gravel road. The vixen had 6 pups, all were in good health. She was very thin and looking ragged with all these mouths to feed!
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Red Fox
Maren Knopf
My Mother and I were sitting enjoying the lake in the evening and all of a sudden a small fox came out of the woods into a clearing. It streched itself out, yawned and sat right in front of us before returning into the forest. It was such a magical moment.
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Red Fox
Stephen Sloan
A Red Fox having a rest on the roof of my backyard shed. A pair of courting foxes had been hanging around and took a break in our yard.
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Thierry Marcoux
A huge litter of fox kits looking at me while playing on top of their den. There were actually seven of them but having all seven in the shot looking at the lens would've been impossible. Just having six felt like a miracle!
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Red Fox
Linda Danyluk
I was walking my dogs and saw a fox watching me from atop a stack of irrigation pipes. I had to go back to the car for my camera and managed to get several photos. This is the one I liked best.
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Grey Fox
Filip Zivkov
This Vixen was enjoying her time playing with dinner. When I caught sight of her while walking my dog, I sprinted - pooch no in arms - home to get my camera. I heard squeals and a photo later revealed this fox was pouncing on-top of an injured hare.
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Red Fox
Clement Roy
This fox has adopded our 55 hectare property at the moment. He doesn't come near us so I have to use big lenses to capture a good shot.
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Red Fox
Clement Roy
We have a red fox in the backyard, He really doesn't come near us so I have to us big lenses to capture him.
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Steve Forsey
Fox was walking along the lakeshore catching mice in a small field and I walked out by a homeowners dock and the fox slowly approached me likely thinking I had some food.
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Red fox
France Paré
Dans un immense champs enneigé, le renard est quête de son dîner.
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red fox
Christine Johnston
LEAP OF FAITH A red fox heard a mouse or vole under the snow. He leapt high and landed face first in the snow without success.
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Christine Johnston
LEAP OF FAITH A red fox hears a mouse or vole under the snow. He leapt high and landed face first in the snow without success.
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Red Fox - Vulpes Vulpes
Debbie Oppermann
I love this image of the Red Fox all curled up but still watchful of it's surroundings, makes me smile every time I look at it
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Red Fox
Evan Lane
This fox found a rabbit for dinner, and took his time eating it in our backyard.
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Red fox (Vulpes vulpes)
Christopher MacDonald
Run away! - A small domestic dispute between two mated foxes.
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Red Fox
Lisa Yano
I found this beautiful Red Fox Kit near it's den, east of Calgary. As they are notoriously shy, I had set up a photography blind and had sat for several hours before he popped his little face out my way.
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Red Fox
Carol Ann Ryan
This was very early morning.... before sunrise .... and the Red Fox was sitting on a concrete wall on Signal Hill with his back to the city lights.
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Red Fox Kit
Carol Ann Ryan
I had a wonderful opportunity this summer of photographing this Red Fox kit and her two siblings and the Mother.
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Red Fox Mother and Kit
Carol Ann Ryan
I had the pleasure of photographing this Mother Fox and her threee kits this summer. The Mother Fox was so protective and always observing her surroundings when her kits were out of their den.
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Red Fox Kit
Carol Ann Ryan
This was one of three kits and their Red Fox Mother who have made the tundra of Cape St. Mary's Ecological Reserve their home. They have an abundance of birds for hunting.
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Red fox (Vulpes vulpes)
Christopher MacDonald
Coming through! - A pregnant red fox vixen walks through the snow
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Red Fox
Cathleen Mewis
Double Trouble are these two fox kit siblings
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Red Fox
Cathleen Mewis
A Kit Close up.
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Red fox
philip childs
I was trying to quietly photograph a family of local Red Foxes. when I was eventually spotted, instead of running away two of the young siblings decided to stay and play, it almost looked as if one of them wanted to pose for the camera while the other would photo bomb and steal the limelight from his brother at every chance.
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Christopher MacDonald
Christopher MacDonald
Spring fox - A red fox takes a quick turn to see what made a noise.
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Red fox (Vulpes vulpes)
Christopher MacDonald
Family squabble - A red fox vixen challenges her mate while attempts to breed.
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Red fox (Vulpes vulpes)
Christopher MacDonald
Snowy fox - A red fox caught in a spring snow
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Red Fox and Snowshoe Hare
Douglas Fortner
I encountered this fox carrying a rabbit (his dinner) down the ditch line of a major road. I drove up ahead of him, pulled off to the side and waited in the ditch with my camera ready.When he got to about a hundred feet from me, he stopped laid down and looked at me as if to say " if you want this rabbit, you're going to have to take it from me"!
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Cross fox (Vulpes vulpes)
Christopher MacDonald
The Queen - A cross fox vixen sits atop a hill looking over her realm and keeping an eye on her 3 troublesome kits
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Red fox, Vulpes vulpes
Jenna Kenney
My fiancé and I go looking for foxes for me to photograph on a regular basis. One night in April, we saw two foxes playing around, and one of them decided to pose for me!
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Red Fox
Astrid Schuh
My heart skipped a beat as we met face to face on a cold winter day. We both paused for a minute to assess each other’s threat level, before the fox continued determinedly on his way.
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Red Fox
Astrid Schuh
My heart skipped a beat as we met face to face on a cold winter day. We both paused for a minute to assess each other’s threat level before the fox continued determinedly on his way.
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Red fox (Vulpes vulpes)
Christopher MacDonald
Laughing kit - Two red fox kits playing in the rocks near their den. One seems to be laughing at me as I try to get a picture as they pop in and out
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Red Fox
Lynda Morgan
Cross Coloured Fox Kit
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Red Fox
Lynda 1638 Canavoy Road
Watching the world go by.
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Red fox (Vulpes vulpes)
Christopher MacDonald
A red fox standing in the snow near the trail I was on
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Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes)
Neal Hutchinson

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Aymeric Pierrat
I stopped the car near to a golf to take my lunch when this fox came to me. He was so beautiful with his hair shaked by the wind. So I took a picture.
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Red fox
Jean-Simon Bégin

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Red Fox
Robert Ferguson

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Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes)
Neal Hutchinson
This Red Fox was practicing some skills after the parent returned to the den with a rat.
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Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes
Neal Hutchinson
Finding a den within 15 minutes from my home I managed to capture a few nice photos of this vixen and her pups.
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RED FOX
BRENDA DOHERTY
WHILE WALKING IN ST. JACOBS ONTARIO , I SPOTTED THIS RED FOX NEAR A STREAM.
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Red Fox
Richard Eckert
I was driving just south of lease lake, BC on an August evening when I encountered this red fox with its prize in its mouth. It was sauntering along looking for just the right place to enjoy his evening meal.
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Red Fox
Richard Eckert
I was driving just south of lease lake, BC on an August evening when I encountered this red fox with its prize in its mouth. It was sauntering along looking for just the right place to enjoy his evening meal.
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Red Fox
Liam Ragan
Driving to a nearby wildlife reserve my friends and I noticed a red blur out of the corner of our eye. Dashing across the field across from us was this fox, and we managed to pull over and snap a picture before it darted away into the bushes.
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Red Fox (cross fox)
Shannon Carson
Foxes residing in the ditch just outside of my hometown where I am lucky enough to be able to drive by and see them play in the evenings.
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Red Fox (cross fox)
Shannon Carson
there are many dens outside of our town. This one is along a fairly quiet road I often travel in one of the ditches up on the bank. The kits can be found mornings and evenings in spring.
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Red fox (Vulpes vulpes)
Christopher MacDonald
Resting - A silver fox kit takes a break from playing with his siblings
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Red fox (Vulpes vulpes)
Christopher MacDonald
Vixen in the snow - A portrait of a red fox as she sits in a light snow
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Red Fox
Jim Chung
Red fox parading with his trophy to a group of onlooking humans.
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Red Fox
Jim Chung
Red fox catches a black squirrel for breakfast.
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Red Fox
Jim Chung
Red Fox in a very urban setting captures a black squirrel for breakfast.
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Red Fox(Silver Fox) Vulpes vulpes
Jayson Sutherland
This is my Silver Fox Kit-Kat, we share a special bond. 4 years ago she contracted mange, I bought the medicine, cured her now we are good friends.
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Red fox (Vulpes vulpes)
Christopher MacDonald
Shh, sleeping! A red fox lays in a forest clearing taking a little nap
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Red fox (Vulpes vulpes)
Christopher MacDonald
Blanket of snow - A red fox stands in a clearing during a heavy spring snow
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Red Fox - Vulpes Vulpes
Debbie Oppermann
This Red Fox was a frequent visitor at the cottage at the French River Ontario Canada and looking super cute and alert.
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RED FOX
BRENDA DOHERTY
I SPOTTED THIS RED FOX IN ST. JACOBS ONTARIO. I THINK ITS CUTE BECAUSE IT LOOKS LIKE THE FOX IS SMELLING THE FLOWER.
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Red fox, Vulpes fulva
Brittany Crossman
A red fox on the red cliffs of the east coast of Canada.
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Red Fox
Shayna Hartley
After lying in wait hidden amongst long grasses, I was rewarded with close-up views of this curious juvenile red fox. It stood in front of me, intently staring at a blue jay perched in a small tree across the field, eventually losing interest and sauntering away to its litter mates.
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Red Fox
Jason dain
I was out looking for shorebirds early one morning and came across this very inquisitive fox.
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Red Fox
Brenda Doherty
While walking in St.Jacobs Ontario early one morning, I noticed this Red Fox on the other side of a narrow stream. It was not bothered by my presence so I was able to take several photos before walking on.
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Red Fox
Jenny Hagan
Fox bolting uphill
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Red Fox
Ian Murray
Curious Red Fox Kit at Sunset. I now this young guy a bit, and recognizes me, but he is still very cautious, but curious at the same time. He was good enough to stand in the light of the setting sun for me as the evening shadows lengthened.
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Red Fox
Lin Pepper
Peekin Out of the Den
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Red Fox
Arvo Poolar
Discovered this very young Red Fox at the side of the road eating something small perhaps it happened upon some road kill
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Red fox, Vulpes fulva
Brittany Crossman
A red fox vixen nurses a couple kits on top of a picnic table, east coast of Canada.
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Red fox, Vulpes fulva
Brittany Crossman
A pair of red fox kits making the best of their urban surroundings. They waited patiently on the seat of this picnic table while mom nursed the rest of the litter on top of it. The red fox's adaptability never ceases to amaze me. East coast of Canada
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Red fox, Vulpes fulva
Brittany Crossman
A red fox vixen nurses her kits on top of a picnic table, east coast of Canada.
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Red fox, Vulpes fulva
Brittany Crossman
A mother fox is greeted by her kit with the Confederation Bridge in the backdrop. I've taken many fox photos over the years; however, this occasion left me speechless. I always wondered when the next magical opportunity would occur, this spring I had my answer. Very rarely does the light, the wildlife, and the landscape align perfectly. These short but sweet moments are something I treasure for a lifetime. Prince Edward Island, Canada.
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Red Fox
Jaliya Rasaputra
This red fox was near an abandoned railway line and then went and hid under a old house and finally came out.
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Red fox, vulpes vulpes
Christine Root
A red fox comes in for a closer look at me.
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Red Fox, vulpes vulpes
Christine Root
For the last two years, I have had the privilege to watch fox kits at a den.
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Red Fox, Vulpes vulpes
Christine Root
For the last two years, I have had the privilege to watch fox kits at a den.
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Red Fox, Vulpes Vulpes
Christine Root
For the last two years, I have had the privilege to watch fox kits at a den.
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Red Fox, Vulpes Vulpes
Christine Root
For the last two years, I have had the privilege to watch fox kits at a den.
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Christine Root
Christine Root
For the last two years, I have had the privilege to watch fox kits at a den.
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Red fox and kit
Cindy Conlin
Dad fox was greeted by one of his young kits when he was back from a hunt.
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Red Fox Kit
Cindy Conlin
Spotted a red fox den on a side road north of Kingston. One of three kits was following a bee while it was pollinating flowers.
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Red Fox Kit
Cindy Conlin
Spotted a red fox kit playing near it's den and was fascinated with a pollinating bee.
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Red Fox Kit
Cindy Conlin
Spotted a fox den beside a small side road and saw three kits playing. One kit was fascinated with a bee that was pollinating flowers.
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Nicole Doyon

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Red Fox
Brenda Doherty
I spotted this fox while hiking in St.Jacobs Ontario.
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red fox kit
Nicholas Cristoveanu
red fox kit
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Red Fox
Michael Whyte
This is one of the fox that live in the forest nearby my home. I often take photos of them. However on this day it was like this red fox was sitting prettywaiting for me to take his picture.
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Red Fox
Nina Stavlund
I was watching this Red Fox hunting for voles. After a while it was successful in catching a huge one.
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Red Fox
Linda Hunter
sleeping on our deck
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Red Fox
Linda Grant
Red fox in our backyard,
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Red Fox
C Ross
I saw this pretty little guy a few days ago, and was delighted to get a few shots of him before he buggered off. He has tracks everywhere, including some indicating he was staring into our chicken coop. The chickens must have loved that.
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Red Fox
Isabel Calderon
When I woke up one morning, this fox was in my backyard. I didn't have my best len ready to capture him but luckily he came back.
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Red fox
Nathalie Talbot
This fox live in the botanical garden of Montreal, he was born last year and I'm very happy to see him in good health.
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Red Fox
Kyla Black
Red Fox Kits
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Red Fox
Christina McCallum
Mama Red Fox with a few of her precious kits
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Red Fox
Shelley O'Connell
A family of Foxes that was found on an island in the St.Lawrence River
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Red Fox
Shelley O'Connell
A family of Foxes for years on Boucherville Isalnd
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Red Fox
Linda Danyluk
An old abandoned house is home to these young foxes. While one appears curious, the other sibling`s tense body posture and narrowed eyes gives one the impression of flight readiness.
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Chris St. Michael

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Red Fox
Chris St. Michael

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Red Fox
Chris St. Michael

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Red Fox
Chris St. Michael

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Red Fox
Chris St. Michael

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Red fox (Vulpes vulpes)
Zack Metcalfe
A Red fox slumbering away a winter morning, balanced atop a handy spruce.
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Teresa Precepa
He was in my yard.
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Red Fox
Nina Stavlund
A fairytale scene with a Red Fox at Algonquin park, Ontario.
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Red fox
Anca Gaston
I happened to notice this fox cross the bridge a short time before this photo was taken. Thinking it might return to the side from which it had come, I positioned myself behind a tree to capture it on the bridge and was lucky to see it carry home a squirrel for supper.
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Red Fox
Nina Stavlund
Red Fox photographed at Algonquin Park, Ontario.
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Red Fox
Richard Eckert
It's a winter wonderland along the Millennium Trail in Terrace, BC.
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Red Fox
Richard Eckert
A red fox is intent on the roadside hunt (but pauses to pose) Highway 37N, BC.
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Red Fox
Richard Eckert
A red fox is intent on the roadside hunt (but pauses to pose) Highway 37N, BC.
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Red Fox
Richard Eckert
A red fox is intent on the roadside hunt (but pauses to pose) Highway 37N, BC.
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Red Fox
Richard Eckert
A red fox is intent on the roadside hunt. Highway 37N, BC.
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Red Fox
Richard Eckert
A red fox is intent on the roadside hunt. Highway 37N, BC.
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Cross Fox
Richard Eckert
A cross fox (sub species of red fox) is intent on the roadside hunt. Highway 37N, BC.
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Cross Fox
Richard Eckert
A cross fox (sub species of red fox) is intent on the roadside hunt. Highway 37N, BC.
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Cross Fox
Richard Eckert
A cross fox (sub species of red fox) is intent on the roadside hunt. Highway 37N, BC.
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Red fox
Brittany Crossman
Red fox vixen crosses through a parking lot on a rainy evening.
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Red fox
Brittany Crossman
Red fox sits in a vacant parking lot while flurries collect in his fur.
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Red fox
Brittany Crossman
A pair of red foxes commonly seen running around the streets of Charlottetown, PEI.
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Red Fox
Brittany Crossman
A red fox vixen jumps up on a six foot fence with a male fox in pursuit during their mating season.
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Red Fox
Bill McMullen
A young red fox plays with a goose feather that was brought back to the den area by the vixen. I used a blind to photograph some wonderful interactions and behaviour.
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Red Fox (Juvenile)
Bill McMullen
A curious red fox kit poses for a portrait. I had the opportunity to observe a local family of foxes and used a blind to minimize disturbances.
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Red Fox (Juvenile)
Bill McMullen
A young red fox explores the area outside of its den site. Patience and a low profile in a blind was used to capture this image.
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Red Fox
Tony Joyce
On a road trip through northern British Columbia this summer I came upon a young silver phase red fox. I waited at a distance and when she knew I wasn't a threat she laid down and had a nap. I sat motionless as I didn't want to scare her off. A while later she got up to stretch before I watched her hunt and feed nearby. It was one of my most memorable wildlife encounters.
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Red Fox
Tony Joyce
While traveling through Northern BC I found this young silver phase red fox. It was a remote area without people around and the fox was skittish. I crouched down giving her space and after some time she came over to take a nap close to where I was sitting. It was the most incredible encounter I've had with a fox, after napping she let me watch her hunt, feed on berries and groom.
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linda mcbride
I am one of the lucky one living in the country and that beautiful red fox was hanging in my back yard.
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Red Fox
Laurie Brady
I'm so pleased to have caught these fox kits at play when I did, because the next day the family moved on from their den! Here's a close up of one of them.
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Theodore Lo
Red fox
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Red fox
Brittany Crossman
Red fox roams around a vacant parking lot one evening.
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Red fox
Brittany Crossman
A red fox dog (male) out during a beautiful summer evening.
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Red fox / Vulpes vulpes
Brittany Crossman
Red fox next to graffiti in town.
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Red fox / Vulpes vulpes
Brittany Crossman
A female (vixen) and male (dog) red fox interacting with one another.
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Red fox / Vulpes vulpes
Brittany Crossman
A red fox, cross colour phase, roaming around a residential area.
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Red fox / Vulpes vulpes
Brittany Crossman
A beautiful red fox vixen out and about after fresh snowfall.
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Red fox / Vulpes vulpes
Brittany Crossman
Red fox vixen trots through the freshly fallen snow.
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red fox / vulpes vulpesc
Brittany Crossman
Urban fox I encountered in Charlottetown.
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Red fox / vulpes vulpes
Brittany Crossman
Two red foxes interacting.
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Red fox / Vulpes vulpes
Brittany Crossman
Red fox vixen lounging in the grass.
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red fox / vulpes vulpes
Brittany Crossman
Red fox siting in a downtown parking lot one evening.
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Red fox / Vulpes vulpes
Brittany Crossman
A red fox, silver colour phase sitting on a walkway.
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Red Fox / Vulpes vulpes
Brittany Crossman
Urban red fox drinking from a puddle in a parking lot.
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Red fox
Chris Armstrong
Stopped at an abandoned complex and this fox cam out to meet us. Hung around and let us take photos.
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Red Fox
Katie Russell
While returning back to the family cabin after a long day of fishing, we saw this little guy wandering around and got out of the car to snap a shot
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Brittany Crossman
Brittany Crossman
Hardworking vixen caring for her 8 kits, Riverview, New Brunswick.
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Brittany Crossman
Brittany Crossman
A vixen is greeted by her hungry kits as she returns back to the den, Riverview, NB.
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Brittany Crossman
Brittany Crossman
Two fox kits hanging out at the entrance of their den, PEI, Canada.
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Brittany Crossman
Brittany Crossman
A red fox kit sits at the entrance of the den during the last light of the day, PEI, Canada.
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Red Fox
Ginette Manaigre
A Red Fox on the side of the road in Hecla Island looking for something to eat.
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Red Fox
Brenda Gooder
This young fox came out from beneath an abandoned building I was photographing and allowed me to take his picture.
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Red Fox
Ian Murray
I happened on this Mom Red Fox with one of her kits. The babies really seem to treasure their time with Mom.
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Harold FEIERTAG
Harold FEIERTAG
Spotted this young Red Fox while visiting the small community of Maberly.
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Harold FEIERTAG
Harold FEIERTAG
Spotted this young Red Fox while exploring the small community of Maberly, NL. Photo was taken on the 08th of July 2018.
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Red Foxes
Ian Murray
A Mother's love knows no bounds. This is a tender Mom and baby moment.
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Red Fox
Steven Giraldeau
Fox in the Grass Driving along a coastal highway on Prince Edward Island
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Red Fox
Steven Giraldeau
Fox on the Run From my sister's back deck early in the morning.
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Red Fox
Brenda Gooder
I came upon 2 fox kits while walking outside of Waterton Lakes.
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Red Fox, Vulpes Vulpes
Brittany Crossman
Captured this red fox venturing around the cliffs of PEI National Park.
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Red Fox
Sue Schott
Fox cubs having fun
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Red fox
Bob Elliott
A pair of red fox
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Red fox
linda mcbride
The red fox was just hanging around in my back yard and gave me enough time to take a picture.
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Red Fox
Kat Durant
Mother's Love
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Red Fox
Andre Audet
Red Fox on the beach in Prince Edward Island National Park
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Red Fox
Cassandra Tatarnic
This is one of my favourite moments that I have had in Algonquin Park! It's always such an adrenaline rush to see beautiful creatures like this guy & fun fact: foxes are my favourite animal!
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Vulpus Vulpus, Red Fox
David Coulson
While on a brisk morning hike at Algonquin Park, this curious fox sauntered out from the forest to check me out and then curled up in the morning sun.
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Red Fox
Andrew Lunt
An early spring morning i spotted this fox family, i took a few minutes to sit and photograph them. I was fortunate enough for the vixen and one of her kits to pop into the frame
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Red Fox
Erika Squires
I had the pleasure of meeting this young Red Fox kit this past spring. She was the littlest kit...and so bold. I was behind a hide, and the others wouldn't stay out...but she did. She pranced around, sat down and looked right at me. So much for the hide...and I was so quiet. She walked right by me and went off by herself. I believe there were 2 dens close by, as there were 2 different age groups!
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Red Fox
Erika Squires
I spotted this Red Fox bring home his or her catch! What amazed me was the size of the Hare...it was almost as big as the Fox. He had to put it down and rest a number of times. On one of those times, he pounced into the side of the road and came up with 2 voles, which he promptly ate! There must have been some hungry kits waiting for lunch!!
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Red Fox
Erika Squires
I love winter photography, the peace and quiet of a soft snowfall. This moment was a beautiful one. I watched this Fox go about his business, marking his territory, smelling and listening for mice and voles. He then just sat under the tree for a few minutes, quietly, as the snow fell softly. I loved this moment, just me and the Fox enjoying the silence.
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Red Fox Comes to Visit
Angus Chan
This young red fox is named Cooper who is curious about humans. A cautious tale about feeding wild animals - hopefully he isn't too dependent on humans for food.
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red Fox
Jeff Manser
If the world had half the wisdom thats in these eyes...
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Red fox(Vulpes vulpes)
Christopher MacDonald
Out for a walk A red fox walks in the snow. I found a red fox while out hiking and managed to get ahead of her path. I laid down in the snow and waited for a clear picture as she walked in my direction
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Red Fox
Jeff Manser
Red fox taking advantage of a wolf kill.
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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz

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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz

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Red Fox
Chris Susel
Red Fox in Winter, A second fox showed up (out of frame) and the this fox bared his teeth showing dominance
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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz

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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz
Red Fox Kit with a feather from a Flicker.
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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz

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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz

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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz

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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz

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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz

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Red fox(Vulpes vulpes)
Christopher MacDonald
Standing in the snow I was hiking and seemed to surprise this red fox as he was out in the fresh snow
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Red fox(Vulpes vulpes)
Christopher MacDonald
Lovers quarrel A male and female red fox having a playful disagreement in whether she is ready for breeding. I was out hiking when I saw these two in the deep spring snow. They were carrying on for awhile as he kept pursuing her.
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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz

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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz

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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz

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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz

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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz

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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz

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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz

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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz

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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz

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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz

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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz
Red Fox Pair interacting in Algonquin Provincial Park
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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz

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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz

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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz

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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz

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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz

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Red Fox (Silver Fox Kit)
Megan Lorenz

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Cross fox(red fox)(Vulpes Vulpes)
Christopher MacDonald
I've got a stick. A cross fox kit that allowed me to get close enough for a picture while he was chewing on a stick he found
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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz
Red Fox Vixen in Algonquin Provincial Park
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Red Fox (Silver Fox Kit)
Megan Lorenz
Silver Fox Kit in Newfoundland
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Red Fox (Cross Fox Kit)
Megan Lorenz
Cross Fox Kit in Newfoundland, Canada
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Red Fox (Silver Fox Kit)
Megan Lorenz
Silver Fox Kit in Newfoundland, Canada
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Red fox
Mimi Champagne
Foxy encounter. I was taking a photo class and searching for good photographic subjects for an assignment. On a whim, I turned down this unpaved lane only 4 kms from my house. I saw something running ahead of the car. I stopped when I realized it was a fox. He quickly ran to the edge of the woods. I stopped the car and started shooting...We maintained eye contact for several seconds. It was magical!
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Silver Fox(red fox)(Vulpes Vulpes)
Christopher MacDonald
Summer sky A silver fox kit I was able to photograph as he was sitting up on a hill
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Silver Fox(red fox)(Vulpes Vulpes)
Christopher MacDonald
The eyes are the window to the soul. This silver fox kit and its siblings were playing in a clearing. I was able to approach and sit down without them be disturbed. Eventually this kit walked over and laid down to cool off and relax and to take a look at the new addition to the area.
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Red Foxes
Chris McQuarrie
Two fox kit siblings pose nicely on a warm day in late spring.
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Red Fox
Chris McQuarrie
"Moonlit Fox" Laying prone on the ground to get as low as possible, I tried to take this shot from the perspective of the fox's prey right before it becomes dinner!
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Vulpes vulpes
Antoine Hnain
Red fox pup
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Red Fox
Gary Zeng

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Red Fox
Gary Zeng
My friend noticed a group of red fox kits playing around the backyard of his house. He messaged me. I got my camera gears and went to his house to photograph these cute red fox kits. What an unforgettable experience.
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Red Fox
Gary Zeng
My friend noticed a group of red fox kits playing around the backyard of his house. He messaged me. I got my camera gears and went to his house to photograph these cute red fox kits. What an unforgettable experience.
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Red Fox
Bill Tatarnic
It is a still from a video of a very curious Fox
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Barb D'Arpino
Barb D'Arpino
I waited hours for the Fox Kits to emerge from their Den. I had almost given up hope when two Fox Kits jumped out for a few minutes around 5 pm. As the sun was about 5 minutes from setting all the kits jumped out and started running around and play fighting. It was a challenge photographing them with the fading light and action but so much fun to watch.
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Red Fox
Jeff Manser
Hillside relaxation...
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Red Fox
Mabel Lazecki
Two of the three fox kits I stopped to watch play
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Red fox
Kelly Panasiuk
I was able to snap this lovely portrait of a fox while vacationing in Narrow Hill's Provincial Park this last summer. The way he paused and looked at each of us made me feel like he was waiting for food...
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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz
Red Fox pair interacting in Algonquin Provincial Park
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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz

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Red Fox (Cross Fox Kit)
Megan Lorenz
Tired Cross Fox Kit in Newfoundland, Canada
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Red Fox (Silver Fox Kit)
Megan Lorenz
Silver Fox Kit in Newfoundland, Canada.
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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz
Red Fox in Newfoundland, Canada
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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz
Red Fox in Algonquin Provincial Park
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Red Fox (Cross Fox)
Megan Lorenz
Cross Fox Vixen and kit in Newfoundland, Canada
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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz
Cross Fox Vixen running in Newfoundland, Canada
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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz
Silhouette of a Cross Fox Vixen in Newfoundland, Canada
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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz
Red Fox Vixen in Algonquin Provincial Park
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Red Fox (Cross Fox Kit)
Megan Lorenz
Cross Fox Kit stretching and yawning in Newfoundland, Canada
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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz
Red Fox pair interacting in Algonquin Provincial Park
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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz
Wet Fox after a storm in Newfoundland, Canada
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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz
Wet Red Fox after a storm in Newfoundland
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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz
Cross Fox Kit yawning in Newfoundland, Canada
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Susan Schott
Relaxed red fox
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Red Fox
Jacqueline Verstege

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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz
Red Fox pair interacting in Algonquin Provincial Park in Ontario.
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Marilyn Phillips
red fox mousing at our place on a rainy day in May, cute, but not shed off.
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red fox
Marilyn Phillips
red fox mousing at our place one rainy day in May, so darn cute but not fully shed off, looked like it had a saddle blanket on it's back
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red fox
Brittany Crossman
Red fox, cross colour phase.
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Red Fox
Susan Schott
Let me help you. This fox cub wanted to help mom preen her fur.
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Red Fox
Brittany Crossman
Red fox, cross colour phase in fall colours.
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Brittany Crossman
Red fox kit plays with its next meal.
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Brittany Crossman
Red fox on a cold winter day.
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Red Fox
Brittany Crossman
A red fox during winter.
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Red Fox
Brittany Crossman
Portrait of a beautiful red fox.
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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz
Wet Red Fox in Newfoundland, Canada
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Red Fox (Silver Fox Kit)
Megan Lorenz
After finding an adult Cross Fox earlier in the day, I returned to the area to try and find her again...instead I was thrilled to find her kits.
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a kit (red fox) Vulpes vulpes
Leslie Mehner
a family of fox were living under an abandoned cottage near us so I spent the summer watching and photographing them. They were quite curious.
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Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes)
Leslie Mehner
Had a family of fox living under an abandoned cottage near us & so I spent some time watching and photographing them. They were quite curious.
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Red Fox
Anthony Minaudo
Red fox at dawn, waking up from its slumber, this Fox soon was running around playfully.
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Bruce Kennedy
Bruce Kennedy
Let Sleeping Wildlife Lie. I found this elderly male Red Fox resting on a bed of lichen in Algonquin Park. I watched as he moved pieces of lichen around to make his bed just right, then closed his eyes and went to sleep. To get the perspective I wanted with a long lens - at ground level - I remained still, lying on my stomach throughout his process. He was aware of my presence and just ignored me.
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Red Fox (Cross Fox Kit)
Megan Lorenz
Cross Fox Kit in Newfoundland, Canada.
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Renard roux
PATRICK LEMIEUX
Je photographiais ce renard roux sur un terrain privé dans la belle région du Bas Saint-Laurent. Il semblait chercher de la nourriture lorsque tout-à-coup il se dirige tout droit en ma direction. J’étais couché au sol et j’ai réussi à tirer quelques clichés avant de reculer tout doucement!!
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Red Fox, Vulpes Vulpes
Brittany Crossman
Red foxes in PEI approaching vehicles hoping for a handout. Unfortunately, due to people throwing food out their vehicle windows, these foxes have begun to associate vehicle as a food source. Feeding wildlife usually comes from lack of knowledge, or belief in being kind, however, the action does more harm then good and usually results in the animals getting hit by cars.
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Red Fox, Vulpes Vulpes
Brittany Crossman
A red fox standing in the autumn foliage.
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Red Fox, Vulpes Vulpes
Brittany Crossman
A red fox with a face full of snow.
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Vulpes Vulpes, red fox
Brittany Crossman
A red fox walking through the snow.
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Red Fox
Lauren Knowles
As I was driving back from a 29km hike in Sleeping Giant Provincial Park, this fox trotted across the road in front of my car. I stopped, and he came right up to the side of the car, and then sat down in the middle of the road. We looked at each other for about two minutes before another car pulled up behind me and the fox went on his way. It was an incredible moment, and I definitely shed some tears as I drove away.
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Red fox
Theodore Lo
We saw this red fox on our way to the Crow Head Lighthouse near Twillingate.
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red fox
Brittany Crossman
A red fox, cross colour phase in a field of flowers. The cross colour phase makes up roughly 30% of the Canadian red fox population.
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Red Fox
Brittany Crossman
A red fox, cross colour phase.
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Red Fox
Brittany Crossman
A red fox, cross colour phase.
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Red Fox
Brittany Crossman
A red fox, cross colour phase.
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red fox,
Sherry Nigro
a whole earth of foxes, living a mere 50 metres from my home in suburban Ottawa. LOVE our biodiversity!
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RED FOX
Catherine deMeulles
Caught this fox in the early morning light
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Renard roux
Luc Farrell
Ces jeunes renards faisaient parti d'une famille de onze renardeaux. J'ai suivi cette famille pendant plus de deux mois, je faisais parti de leur environnement, ce qui me permettait d'utiliser un objectif grand angle pour les photographier.
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Renard roux
Luc Farrell
Ce jeune renard fait parti d'une famille de onze renardeaux. J'ai suivi cette famille pendant plus de deux mois, je faisais parti de leur environnement, ce qui me permettait d'utiliser un objectif grand angle pour les photographier.
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Red fox
Brian McInnis
Young red foxes cautiously peer out from their nest under a garage in North Rustico, P.E.I.
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Red Fox
Brian McInnis
A curious young red fox studies the photographer in an industrial area of Charlottetown.
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red fox
Brittany Crossman
A couple of red fox kits playing with a feather.
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red fox
Brittany Crossman
Two red fox kits interacting.
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red fox
Brittany Crossman
A portrait of a red fox, silver colour phase.
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Red Fox
Brittany Crossman
A red fox kit happily greets its mother upon her return to the den.
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red fox
Brittany Crossman
A red fox trots along a dirt road.
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Red fox
Brittany Crossman
A red fox laying on a red dirt road.
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red fox
Brittany Crossman
A red fox portrait.
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red fox
Brittany Crossman
A red fox, cross colour phase amongst the fall foliage.
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red fox
Brittany Crossman
A red fox scent marks its territory.
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Red Fox
Brittany Crossman
A red fox sitting in the snow.
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Red Fox
Lucas MacCormack

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Red Fox
Lucas MacCormack

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Red Fox
Lucas MacCormack

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red fox
Susan Schott
Sibling kisses - these siblings were just hanging around while mom sleeps nearby
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Red Fox
Susan Schott
Fox family. Mom is to the right and the large pups were chilling beside her. They visit this rock daily
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Red Fox
Susan Schott
Red Fox resting - this fox came regularly for a visit. She just lays down and has a nap.
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Red Fox
Susan Schott
Fox pups at play. My fox family came to the same place behind our cottage every evening at sunset to play or relax. This evening was play time.
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Red Fox Kits
Ted Busby
A den was discovered not far off the road. These 2 kits are very curious of the on-lookers stopped along the road.
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Red Fox
Benjamin Irwin
We stepped out of the car to immediately see the mother fox staring at us from 30 yards away. We tried to move as slowly as possible and before I knew it the foxes nose was leaving prints on my lens! Her three babies exited the surrounding shrubs and we were able to enjoy an hour of their play chasing us and chasing each other.
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Red Fox
Patti Parker
I happened upon this gorgeous red fox when I was hiking in Algonquin Park in Muskoka. I had gone there hoping to photograph the grey jay but was grateful that this little guy found it's way to me.
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Red Fox
Sheila Steele
It was time for a crisp winter walk through the trails of Algonquin. As we came around the corner, and not too far away, I spotted this beautiful red fox under the snow covered tree. The rest is history
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Red Fox
Bea Binka
The focus of the morning was foxes and birds; the foxes were entertaining and allowed for many images. As the sun started shining brighter the focus switched to the birds in the area. I noticed the fox come around to see what was going on, I watched him as he started walking into this patch of beautiful sunlight and started taking pictures of this beauty. He sure was not disappointing.
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Red Fox
Heather Lockwood-Hunt
We happened upon this pair(siblings?) during a walk in Algonquin
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Red Fox
Kathryn Bliss
Family holiday in Nfld and my brother got the car stuck on pothole filled steep hill on a gravel road. After we managed to get the car up the hill, we spotted the fox on the road behind us. We reckon she had watched the whole funny episode from the woods.
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Red Fox
Peter Waiser
drove 225 kms looking for Woodland Bison and didn't see any and on way home spotted this Red Fox crossing the road so I stopped car and started shooting
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Red Fox
Sandra Orr
I have been following these urban foxes for 4 years and love capturing moments when the kits interact with the Vixen. Here the kit is trying to get her to play but she is clearly focused on something in the distance
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Red Fox / Vulpes vulpes
Susan Heaven
Having been informed by a local of a fox den close to the road, sat for over 2 hours at a distance, early morning with no results. Came back late afternoon and after about 1/2 an hour, two little heads popped out and stayed until we had to make our journey back to Calgary. Well worth the time invested.
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Raven, Bald Eagle, Red Fox
Karin Murray-Bergquist
Out for a drive one summer evening, some friends and I came across these three on the rocks, briefly sharing the same space.
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Red Fox
Linda Ryan
It was hanging around out by my house all last Winter.
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Red Fox
Sue Schott
All curled up - This red fox pup was curled up on the rocks after a rain.
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Brittany Crossman
Brittany Crossman
A red fox with two meadow voles.
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Brittany Crossman
Brittany Crossman
A red fox carries a freshly caught meadow vole.
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Brittany Crossman
Brittany Crossman
A red fox in a green space within the city.
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Red Fox Kits
Lisa Yano
Brotherly Love I spotted these two little fox kits sitting next to an abandoned structure, while out on a country drive. They took a quick peek over at me, before quickly heading back to the safety of their den. I love nature's surprises!
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Red Fox
Patricia Bourque
Family
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Red Fox
Pat Wintemute
This little kit fox was watching a bug flying around rather than watching me taking his picture.
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Red Fox
Kurtis George-Wegner
I was hiking and saw two little heads pop in and out watching me as I passed by and a couldn't resist snapping a few shots.
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Red Fox
Duane Larson
An early morning photo of a red fox walking down the Kingsmere Road at the Prince Albert National Park with a fish in its mouth.
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Red Fox
Dever Villeneuve
Into the Light
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Renard roux
Philippe DE-BRUYNE
Maman renard sur son trône sous la pluie. Elle regarde les alentours pour la protection des ses 6 petits
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Renard
Philippe DE-BRUYNE
Un moment unique !! Graver à tout jamais dans ma mémoire
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Red Fox
Peter Luedemann
I found a den of these little ones and just waited for them to come out. My patience was rewarded when they came out to play and relax in the sun.
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Red Fox Kit
Bill McMullen
A Red Fox Kit prepares to jump up into its hide out.
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Red Fox
Scott Walsh
Trail Mates
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Red Fox Kit
Bill McMullen
A young fox kit checks if the coast is clear from the safety of an old barn.
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Red Fox
Susan Schott
Curled up Fox. This fox was trying to warm up after the rain.
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Red Fox
Thomas Ostapchuk
This red fox strolled lazily onto the front lawn, and lay down for a snooze as the sun set. Curious of the snap from my camera it stared me straight in the eye with a fierceness that demonstrated its wild heritage.
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Red Fox
Paul Bourne
Fox jumped stump to the nearby log and in doing so almost fell off. this was the fox trying to get back up
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Red Foxes
Heather Lockwood-Hunt
Happened upon this pair on Arowhon Road. They were wonderful subjects who seemed to pose.
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Red Fox
Christa Lessard
This fox was enjoying a winter walk along a quiet road in the Park
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Red Fox/Vulpes vulpes
Barb D'Arpino
A female Red Fox has a den in the middle of a busy Barrie Waterfront park. I waited several hours for the foxes to emerge. They finally appeared about 10 minutes before the sun fully set. It was so much fun to watch the chaos and try to capture some action shots as the light was fading quickly.
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Red Fox
Nancy Young

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Red Fox
Brittany Crossman
Two red fox kits.
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Red Fox
Heather Lockwood-Hunt
We were out for a hike on a cold sunny day and happened along this wonderful fellow who paused long enough for a couple of photos
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Red Fox
Heather Lockwood-Hunt
We were out for a hike on a cold sunny day and happened along this wonderful fellow who paused long enough for a couple of photos
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Red Fox
Cindy Conlin
Red fox hunting on the ice for an evening meal.
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Brittany Crossman
Brittany Crossman
Two red foxes (vulpes vulpes). One a silver fox (melanistic) color morph, running around downtown Charlottetown, PEI.
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SHERI MINARDI
SHERI MINARDI
Winter Fox at the Soo Locks near St. Mary's River. This is early in the morning.
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Red Fox - Vulpes Vulpes
Stuart Clark
The red fox is a highly intelligent and adaptable animal. Although this fox was spotted in Algonquin Park in Ontario, studies have proven that a city with a population of 150,000 people will have an estimated 90 fox dens.
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Philippe DE-BRUYNE
Philippe DE-BRUYNE
Moment de bonheur !!
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Pamela Beale
Pamela Beale
A Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes) blends autumn colours with lichen and ferns.
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Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes)
Pamela Beale
This female fox and I took turns following each other around for a magical 2 hours. Luckily for me, she insisted on posing for the camera several times.
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Red Fox
Nadine Sarty
I was so lucky to have witnessed the growing of these red fox puppies. I literally have hundreds of shots.
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Lucas MacCormack

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Red Fox
James Hawley

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Red Fox
James Hawley

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Red Fox
Erika Squires
I took this image on a super cold, sunny and windy day! I love how it is all captured in the image of this Fox.
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Red Fox
Erika Squires
This was a beautiful interaction between a young Fox kit and his Mom. I call this Tender Moment. Foxes are amazing parents, and such wonderful animals.
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Red Fox
Erika Squires
This was such an interesting encounter between a young Fox kit and its Mom. It was taken in the Fall...so I think Mom was telling the kit to vacate the den! It was all talk.
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Red Fox
nicki williams-tays
Sitting on the edge of a pond watching a beaver this little fox kit popped up beside me. I knew they were around but it was as though he was playing peek a bee with me
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Red fox
Philippe DE-BRUYNE
Breastfeeding young cubs A magical moment, an incredible scene so I will always remember !!
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Philippe DE-BRUYNE
Philippe DE-BRUYNE
Allaitement de jeunes renardeaux Un moment magique, une scène incroyable donc je me souviendrais toujours !! Breastfeeding young cubs A magical moment, an incredible scene so I will always remember !!
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Red Fox
Erika Squires
This was one of those magical moments when lighting, composition and a gorgeous subject presents itself. It was a very cold day and the sun was setting. The proverbial Golden Hour! I do love foxes!
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Red Fox. Vulpes vulpes.
Jamie Morren
Photographing fox kits and saw the mother out of the corner of my eye. She froze and eyed me up, allowing me to capture this image of her bringing home breakfast.
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Red Fox
Tammy Raybould
This was taken while releasing a red fox from a wildlife sanctuary after she'd been hit by a car. She was in care for a few months to fix a broken jaw and some other lacerations. Once she realized she was free, she took off like a shot!
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Red Fox
Tammy Raybould
This was taken while releasing a red fox from a wildlife sanctuary after she'd been hit by a car. She was in care for a few months to fix a broken jaw and some other lacerations.
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Red Fox
Andrew Lunt
There is not many things more fun than watching young animals play with each other
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Red Fox
Wendy Erlendson
These 2 curious red foxes let their curiosity get the best of them as they watched me taking photos of them.
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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz
Young Red Fox in Algonquin Provincial Park
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Red Fox
Mabel Lazecki
Happy fox kit greets mom fox.
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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz
Red Fox resting in Algonquin
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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz
Red Fox peering over a snowbank in Algonquin.
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Red Fox
Megan Lorenz
Wild Red Fox stretching.
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Red Fox
Mabel Lazecki
One of 9 fox kits who were born under a shed in my sisters farm yard. Provided many hours of entertainment.
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renard roux
Luc Farrell
Jeune renard qui m'a permis de le photographier avec un objectif 24mm.
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Red Fox
Norma Van Alstine
Snowy day, but this fox sat still looking beautiful!
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Red Fox
Norma Van Alstine
This male red fox curled up to rest on a nearby log.
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Red Fox
Cynthia Smith
I was impressed by the interaction of the cub and its tired looking parent. And felt an intense empathy for this family
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Vulpes vulpes
Lindy Martin
early morning meander and a good scratch is the best way to start the day!
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Red Fox
Harkiran Kaur
Red Fox, in Nova Scotia
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Red Fox
Harkiran Kaur
Red Fox in a tree.
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Red fox (Vulpes vulpes
Christopher MacDonald
Standing in the snow A male red fox stand in the snow I found this red fox near a trail head sniffing around in the snow. I came up very slow so as not to disturb him and sat and photographed him for a bit
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Ontario Red Fox
Krista Tabur
The smile of the hunt.
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Red Fox (vulpes vulpes)
Brittany Crossman
Two sibling foxes squabble.
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Red Fox
Justin Hoffman
Not sure who was more surprised to see the other - this red fox or me! I was set up close to an active den, waiting patiently, when this parent returned back empty handed after a hunt. I nicknamed this fella 'Crazy Eyes' - for obvious reasons.
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Red Fox
Jacques-Andre Dupont
A cute and hungry fox pup looking through my lens.
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Red fox (Vulpes vulpes
Christopher MacDonald
Spring fox - A red fox in the early spring. I found this guy wandering around near the trails and got a couple of photos before a noise scared him and he disappeared into the woods
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Red fox (Vulpes vulpes
Christopher MacDonald
Have a drink - A red fox getting a drink out of a puddle on a rock
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Red fox (Vulpes vulpes
Christopher MacDonald
Laughing kit - Two red fox kits that I found playing in between rocks near a hiking trail. They kept moving in and out but were curious so it was just a matter of patience to get a photo
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Red fox (Vulpes vulpes
Christopher MacDonald
Red on red - A red fox laying on a bed of dead pine needles. I was hiking and found this fox out and about and after awhile of scavenging he laid down for a few minutes so I could get a few photos
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Red Fox
Sam Hudson
Went for a drive to Blomidon one day and found 3 fox kits denning in a culvert. Kept checking on them for a week to ensure that the mother returned, of course I had to crawl in the ditch and get some action shots. They were being too funny and playful not to.
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Red fox (Vulpes vulpes)
Brittany Crossman
A young red fox sitting next to the road.
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Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes
Christopher MacDonald
Snowy fox - A male red fox that got caught in a spring snow storm when he decided to check out our campsite
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Red Fox
Grace Donald
"Hello?" 2 fox kits peeking out of the den
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Red Fox
Grace Donald
"Melt" Watching a fox den over the winter , we saw these kits at a VERY young age
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Red Fox
Laurie Willicombe
Regular visitors to our woods
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Red fox (Vulpes vulpes)
Christopher MacDonald
A red fox kit laying in a forest clearing. I was already in the clearing when this fox kit came out to meet its mother. He ate a quick meal and then played for a bit before laying down( which didn't last long)
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Red fox (Vulpes vulpes)
Christopher MacDonald
A pregnant red fox walking through the snow. I laid down in a culvert where I had seen some fox tracks. When she came into view I made a little noise and she walked over to investigate.
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Red fox
Jean-philippe Lemieux
A friend told me about a fox And her 5 Cubs living close to where he piles up his wood for winter. Those little ones were so curious that i spent a full month photographing them!
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Red Fox. Vulpes vulpes.
Devon Prout
Saw this red fox running down the road with a rodent in it's mouth. Snapped a quick picture with impressive results.
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Red Fox - Vulpes vulpes
Jessica D'Amico
This beautiful Red Fox wandered into my yard, which is surrounded by woods. A lot of the time the foxes move away quickly, but this day was a peaceful, sunny winter day. The fox decided to stick around, so I decided to take this opportunity to capture its beauty.
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Red Fox
Christine White
This little red fox kit was playing peek a boo with me as I sat for hours waiting for them to make an appearance. Mom kept a really close eye on them and wouldn't let them come into view as she knew I was there.
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Red Fox
Christine White
I waited for months to get a glimpse of these little Red Fox Kits. There is a birthing den not far from our house in the sand dunes along the Lake Erie shoreline. They were very well protected and hard to get pics of so I am glad I was able to see these 2 little ones.