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You will see a wonderful discussion on fox and coyote in the Outer Banks here. Today I was fortunate enough to get nice pictures of our neighborly fox "Long Tail." He wandered about the bushes and stopped for a nice scratch before leaving. I am hoping to capture our other fox, "Short Tail." Stay tuned! ...
Right around dusk every night, we can count on seeing some kind of wildlife in the Outer Banks, including the occasional gray fox. Last weekend I caught a gray fox on video roaming around while a bird dive-bombed it from behind. Unfortunately, it was not very close but I was able to sneak a picture of this beautiful animal as he (or she) walked by. ...
I will never forget the first time we saw a fox behind our Corolla beach house. A deer was standing near the brush, thumping his foot in warning at some kind of creature that was obviously nearby. Eventually the deer ran, irritated at some unknown intrusion. We patiently waited and watched until a strange four legged creature emerged from the brush. This animal was partly gray and partly red. Its shape was fox-like, yet from a distance it was hard to confirm what we strongly suspected. Days later we were happily surprised to see a fox fairly close to the house just at dusk. Over the years we have seen many more, either with gray fur, red or a mix of b...