[CT Birds] Red Foxes

Dave Provencher hikerbirder at gmail.com
Thu Sep 19 21:39:25 EDT 2013


Red Fox also has white-tipped tail. I've seen a few Gray Foxes over the
years. They're more crepuscular/nocturnal than Red, so they're less likely
to be seen. However the last one I saw was walking through the houses here
in Norwich in daylight about a year or so ago.

Dave Provencher

On Thursday, September 19, 2013, Glenn Williams wrote:

>
> Not to insult anyone's intelligence, but Red Foxes have a variety of color
> morphs, including gray.  The one consistent trait (barring leucism) is
> black feet and lower legs, unlike the Gray Fox.  Fox trivia - the Gray Fox
> is the only canid that can climb trees.
>
> Glenn Williams
> Mystic
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