Vulpes vulpes

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Vulpes vulpes

see red fox.
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When a low whistle calls, he's delighted to meet another fine red fox who finally shares what foxes do in winter.
Key words: cytochrome b, D-loop, haplotype, mitochondrial DNA, northeastern Oregon, recolonization, Rocky Mountain Red Fox, Vulpes vulpes macroura
The red fox (Vulpes vulpes Linnaeus, 1758) is one of the most widespread and important mesopredators in the Northern Hemisphere (Macdonald & Sillero-Zubiri 2004).
The Phoenix climbed to six wins in nine matches and fitted into the top four, while handing the Red Fox their 9th defeat in 10 outings.
FOR the final days of summer, the Red Fox Beer Festival will quench dry throats and tingle the bellies of hundreds of beer enthusiasts.
The red fox is the most widely distributed carnivore worldwide and is common throughout much of North America, including regions with endemic as well as emerging B.
In the subsequent summer, breeding of two boreal generalist predators, red fox and Hooded Crow, was recorded for the first time in a monitoring area in the Low Arctic tundra of this region.
It was a simple, yet startling photograph of a red fox holding freshly caught prey in its jaws.
Denver indie rockers Red Fox Run makes a stop in Eugene tonight.
I took this picture of these red fox kits in Seneca Falls.
Can you see a red fox or coyote at West Hill year-round?