A Fox on the Box of Neighborhood – Critter 15

Monday, August 29, 2022

We know that foxes have our neighborhood as one of their habitats. Few years ago, they have been seen very rarely at our areas.



Fig 01- A fox sitting on the box


However, many neighbors have seen foxes wandering around, even with their babies sometimes.


I myself saw this critter running about the bushes, then he stopped, looked at me, and let me gush over how beautiful she is. Then she prissed off with that little bushy tail straight up in the air.


A neighbor saw a fox runs with a breakfast squirrel in her mouth one early morning recently. Another neighbor saw a rodent in its mouth other days.



Fig 02- Just a corner of our city



Fig 03- A fox on side street


Interesting to find out what are foxes (urban foxes) diets?


Based on internet search, since they eat “almost everything,” urban foxes are omnivorous. Some of their foods are:

- fruits

- hunting frogs, rabbits, rodents

- eating birds

- consume earthworms


At our neighborhood, foxes are found to scavenge for foods in trash can.


Have you seen foxes in nature?


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22 comments:

  1. We also have more and more foxes for several years.

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  2. ...years away we had a neighborhood fox and no rabbits.

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  3. Nice. Yes, we have them here. They coyotes are more rampant these days.

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  4. I saw one in a tree once. That was interesting. It was at the grandparents near the border in Texas.

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    1. great you saw once....

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      A Fox on the Box of Neighborhood – Critter 15
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      Fig 01- A fox sitting on the box

      However, many neighbors have seen foxes wandering around, even with their babies sometimes.

      I myself saw this critter running about the bushes, then he stopped, looked at me, and let me gush over how beautiful she is. Then she prissed off with that little bushy tail straight up in the air.

      A neighbor saw a fox runs with a breakfast squirrel in her mouth one early morning recently. Another neighbor saw a rodent in its mouth other days.

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  5. My first experience with Foxes were out in the country. They had a den of pups and lived underground.

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  6. I have heard of squirrels or wild boars in an urban environment, but not of foxes :-)

    https://www.euronews.com/green/2022/05/13/wild-boars-are-ravaging-rome-here-s-how-locals-are-fighting-back

    Have a nice time :-)

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      A Fox on the Box of Neighborhood – Critter 15
      -
      Fig 03- A fox on side street

      Interesting to find out what are foxes (urban foxes) diets?

      Based on internet search, since they eat “almost everything,” urban foxes are omnivorous. Some of their foods are:
      - fruits
      - hunting frogs, rabbits, rodents
      - eating birds
      - consume earthworms

      At our neighborhood, foxes are found to scavenge for foods in trash can.

      Have you seen foxes in nature?

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      We know that foxes have our neighborhood as one of their habitats. Few years ago, they have been seen very rarely at our areas.

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  8. The little foxes are so so cute. Thank you for sharing this. Wishing you well, my friend. Have a wonderful Wednesday night!

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      A Fox on the Box of Neighborhood – Critter 15
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      Fig 01- A fox sitting on the box

      However, many neighbors have seen foxes wandering around, even with their babies sometimes.

      I myself saw this critter running about the bushes, then he stopped, looked at me, and let me gush over how beautiful she is. Then she prissed off with that little bushy tail straight up in the air.

      A neighbor saw a fox runs with a breakfast squirrel in her mouth one early morning recently. Another neighbor saw a rodent in its mouth other days.

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  9. Recently it seems that wild animals are more likely to appear in inhabited areas and even in cities, as their natural habitat is destroyed by building. Thanks for the informative post and God bless.

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    1. so true...

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      We know that foxes have our neighborhood as one of their habitats. Few years ago, they have been seen very rarely at our areas.

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  10. The foxes are so beautiful.
    Have a nice day.

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  11. We have a lot of foxes that visit our area. They are so pretty and we enjoy watching them with their babies!

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    1. aww.... interesting...

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      A Fox on the Box of Neighborhood – Critter 15
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      We know that foxes have our neighborhood as one of their habitats. Few years ago, they have been seen very rarely at our areas.

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  12. Hello,
    Neat sighting of the fox. I do not see them often in my neighborhood but I know there are here. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, enjoy your day and have a happy new week!

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  13. They are beautiful animals! I would love to see one in the wild here!

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    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      A Fox on the Box of Neighborhood – Critter 15
      -
      Fig 01- A fox sitting on the box

      However, many neighbors have seen foxes wandering around, even with their babies sometimes.

      I myself saw this critter running about the bushes, then he stopped, looked at me, and let me gush over how beautiful she is. Then she prissed off with that little bushy tail straight up in the air.

      A neighbor saw a fox runs with a breakfast squirrel in her mouth one early morning recently. Another neighbor saw a rodent in its mouth other days

      Delete