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June 01, 2011



Have any squirrels with spray painted tails been spotted in the grips of the foxes? Hope to see pictures of your new neighbors.

Jan C.

We have a red fox in our neighborhood, which is heavily wooded. In fact, he trots across our patio, about 2 feet in front of the patio sliders, every once in awhile. Our fox must be a poor hunter, because he is thin as a rail and very mangy looking. I keep an eye out for him if I plan to be in the yard during the day, because I think it's odd to see a fox out in broad daylight. Makes me wonder if he is rabid or anything. But then, I can't say I know a whole lot about foxes! Your little fox family with the wrestling kits sounds charming.

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