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Re: foxes

Post by wolfbane95izamazn » Wed Jan 14, 2009 6:06 pm

OMG! I love foxes! Look at my siggyVVVVV It is my Fox wolf Vixy! She as three fox pups :D

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Re: foxes

Post by dragonite987 » Mon Jan 26, 2009 3:13 pm

I love Foxes! I've only seen three in the wild and they were a mother and two pups.
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Re: foxes

Post by shadowolf » Wed Jan 28, 2009 12:32 am

tasmanian_tiger wrote:I've never actually seen a fox in the wild, but I've seen them in zoos.
Me too, I wish i could though.

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Re: foxes

Post by vanewolf304 » Wed Jan 28, 2009 7:59 am

i have see a fox one time in the wild.where i live are a lot of foxes
aww i really like the red fox.he is soo cute :mrgreen:

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Re: foxes

Post by LeahBlack » Wed Jan 28, 2009 11:58 am

Foxes are so beautiful, i'm crasy about them ^^*
I have ever seen one of them, but I was younger, I hope i will see a fox later.

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Re: foxes

Post by whitefang1231 » Sat Feb 21, 2009 11:12 am

i love red foxes, i've seen one at a zoo before. they're so cute, i draw them alot

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Re: foxes

Post by charyasha » Mon Mar 09, 2009 8:43 pm

shadowolf wrote:
tasmanian_tiger wrote:I've never actually seen a fox in the wild, but I've seen them in zoos.
Me too, I wish i could though.
i have,well not have but they live by me. some foxes and saw them twice.
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Re: foxes

Post by DarkOokami » Wed Mar 11, 2009 12:14 pm

Foxes are cute, but they are kind of smelly.

My favorite is the red fox.
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Re: foxes

Post by Jwb187 » Fri Mar 13, 2009 8:58 pm

I had a fox lay under a tree in my yard last summer. It twas really hot that day and he/she just walked right out in the open and layed underneath a big tree in the shade.

Also right after the females have there kits, you can walk out in the woods in the evenings and hear the mom talking to the kits. She is out hunting and they are in their den.
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Foxes in the Neighborhood

Post by Insane Izzy » Wed Jul 29, 2009 1:41 pm

Last year two foxes appeared in the neighborhood and had pups. They liked to walk through the yard moving their pups to different places. They dissappeared around fall last year but now they're back! We've called animal control but they will not move the foxes to the state park or something. What should we do??

P.S. The foxes are not scared around people and there are alot of young children around here.

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Re: Foxes in the Neighborhood

Post by Blightwolf » Sat Aug 01, 2009 7:33 am

Why is your local animal control unwilling to move the foxes to a state park (or some place similar)? If there are small children near, they really should move the foxes away, since there is the risk of getting infected by rabies and other diseases.

Foxes are very adaptable to a wide range of habitats and can thrive close to humans, but they prefer wild settings. . . so this fox couple may have returned again to breed at the same place.
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Re: Foxes in the Neighborhood

Post by Sintact » Sat Aug 01, 2009 12:12 pm

I think that is quite cool, having foxes next to your house, but in all senses, not "healthy" for them. Same as Embry, I'm confused about the animal control thing. Their job is moving wild animals, specially if you live in a poblated area. May I suggest calling them again, try as much times as you can and wait for a reply.

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Re: Foxes in the Neighborhood

Post by Blightwolf » Sun Aug 02, 2009 4:36 am

Foxes aren't a threat to a human society apart from the risk of getting a rabies infection, and usually foxes are nocturnal, moving around only by night, but I am really confused why the animal control doesn't move the foxes away, since obviously foxes do not belong in to an urban environment by any means. I agree with Sintact, you should just keep calling and calling, or then you can try the police.
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Re: Foxes in the Neighborhood

Post by FreeSpiritWolf » Sun Aug 02, 2009 6:07 am

Hmm.. Interesting...

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Re: Foxes in the Neighborhood

Post by Kenai Wolf » Tue Aug 04, 2009 5:27 pm

Embry wrote:Foxes aren't a threat to a human society apart from the risk of getting a rabies infection, and usually foxes are nocturnal, moving around only by night, but I am really confused why the animal control doesn't move the foxes away, since obviously foxes do not belong in to an urban environment by any means. I agree with Sintact, you should just keep calling and calling, or then you can try the police.
Well, it would not be uncommon to see them in a very-low density suburb (such as the one I live in). We've got a good number of foxes here, their numbers seem to have been increasing. People here like them though, since they eat all the pesty little rodent type creatures that destroy our yards. As far as I know, the only complaints we get here are on the rabbits/squirrels and the coyotes, nobody seems to mind the foxes.
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