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Thread: Fox in my backyard this morning!

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    Senior Member sunnymom's Avatar
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    He is beautiful! While running a few months ago I saw a red tail fox too! He was not shy. I was surprised to see him as we live in San Diego in a neighborhood. It made my day! Thanks for posting your "friend."

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    Oh, he was just out taking a morning stroll around the pool. We have foxes around here also. We had a family of red foxes for a while, 1 used to come up to the barn and watch my Dad feed the horses in the evening. He never bothered anything just was curious about what was happening.
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    So Pretty! We live across the street from a creek/watershed area, and get to glimpse a lot of wildlife. We see deer almost daily, and turkeys routinely visit the bird feeder. The fox comes by ocassionally, but usually suns himself in my neighbors front yard. I guess we've really encroached on their territory, haven't we?!?

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    Very pretty fox. I love seeing them. I just seen a red fox. They are very pretty.
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    Beautiful creature. Here they are an introduced species and declared vermin....along with bunnies, feral pigs and feral cats. We humans have a lot to answer for.

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    I've read about eradication efforts of non-native species in Australia. Everything is a slippery slope when we upset the native species. Pythons and introduced reptiles are a huge problem in Florida, US.

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