I was tramping along Linnean Stream when a small, thin red fox with a thin, raggedy tail caught my eye. It cautiously watched me as I tried to take a few photos. It blended into the background so well that it was hard to determine whether the fox would even be in the picture. We spent a few moments studying each other. Then it bounded off.
Do you see it? Let’s zoom in.
Though foxes are active mostly at night and try to avoid humans, they do come out during the day. Fox activity and sightings will continue well into the winter months and beyond. Marjorie Rachlin has described what we’ll see and hear as their mating season begins in January, and in March ,the pups arrive.