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OUR BEAUTIFUL FOXES!
There are at least 21 different species of fox (subfamily
Vulpinae, in the dog family Canidae), around the globe.  But, out of all these, the most adaptive, the most widely known, the most popular, is our RED Fox (Vulpes vulpes).  This species has one of the largest distributions of any animal and can be found in the USA, Canada,UK, throughout Europe, Russia, Arctic Tundra (with Arctic foxes), Asia (including China and Japan), and even Australia (where they were introduced for hunting)!!
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The Red Fox can be found in many different kinds of habitats:  in forests, open countryside, moorlands, on beaches, in towns and cities (where they scavenge food scraps from people), and even in the Tundra (sub-arctic) conditions of northern Russia and Canada, where the beautiful Arctic Fox (
Alopex lagopus) is also found!  Usually, the fur coat of the Red Fox is made up of short hairs, (with the exception of the beautiful bushy tail), but in northern cold parts of the World, the Red Fox has a much longer fur coat! (written by David G. Hall, UK, 2002)

This is a watercolour & gouache painting, NOT a photograph!!  Painted by David G.Hall, in April, 1996.
A hand-painted sculpture of a Vixen and her cub, modelled and painted by David Hall, early in 1993.
ARTWORK INSPIRED BY THE WONDERFUL FOX!
Winter Fox - by David G. Hall, Jan., 1999
Fox cubs, by David G. Hall, Apr.,1998
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Fox Signs:  How to spot if you have a fox!
The most obvious foxy signs!
Digging and paw-prints!
(my garden, 2001)
Fox scat, with a strong distinctive scent.
(my garden, 2001)
Fox noise and play:
An unmistakable selection of eerie screams and barks!
Here is a tame fox, in Leicester, UK. Picture taken from video-footage, by David G. Hall, October, 2001.  Remember, foxes are mostly nocturnal, they are usually only rarely seen out in daylight!
Foxes in Towns and Cities:  Life of the Urban Fox....
Fox feeding,
Northamptonshire,
UK, 1994.
Springtime:  Fox cubs just outside their
birth-site, a garden shed!
Foxes in Cartoons!
This is Ferdinand the Fox, from The Nocturnals Forest cartoons.
He is one of the main Characters!  1994, onwards, to present.
(by David G.Hall.)
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Photos and paintings on this page, by David G. Hall.
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All animal lovers and collectors will appreciate this professionally produced high quality limited edition print, that is offered framed or unframed.  Each print is signed by the artist and individually numbered from a print run of 450.
The print is endorsed by the
National Fox Welfare Society and 30% of sales is directly donated to the Society. Collectors may be assured that their purchase also contributes greatly to the welfare and protection of foxes.
'Todd' by Gary Mead
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