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Fox

(foks),
George H., U.S. dermatologist, 1846-1937. See: Fox-Fordyce disease.

Fox

(foks),
Lewis, 20th-century U.S. periodontist. See: Goldman-Fox knives.
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Each gray fox was given a unique ear tattoo and/or ear tags in both ears, and adult animals [greater than or equal to] 3.6 kg were fit with a 180 g GPS-collar (GPS Logger W500, Advanced Telemetry Systems, Isanti, MN).
Device (# survey-nights) Gray fox Bobcat Coyote Box trap (2,163) 0.05 0.37 N/A Foothold (5,566) 0.14 0.23 0.42 (a) Track plate (883) 0.68 0.11 0.11 Camera (953) 0.42 0.53 0.42 Totals (9,565) 0.20 0.28 0.34 (a) Capture rate for coyotes was based on total trap nights using #3.0 foothold traps (n = 1,416).
Bobcat, coyote, and gray fox micro-habitat use and interspecies relationships in a managed forest in central Mississippi.
More research on Golden Eagle predation on imperiled foxes, such as the kit fox, swift fox, and island gray fox, is needed to determine the impacts on fox population dynamics, predation avoidance behaviors, and other ecological variables, such as prey population cycles, especially when available habitat where both species currently co-occur is becoming increasingly rare in California.
On 15 March 2005, National Park Service personnel found a dead female gray fox on North Padre Island, 11.0 km south of the end of Park Road 22 (Kleberg County, Padre Island National Seashore, Pan Am Road, 14 0664484E, 3023097N).
And I just kept trying and trying and trying, and then one night in the moonlight, me and a buddy called in a gray fox, and I killed it.
Spiroflow Systems, Inc., 2806 Gray Fox Rd., Monroe, NC 28110.
Information/Registration: Westgard QC Workshops, 7614 Gray Fox Trail, Madison, WI 53717; phone 608-833-4718; fax 608-8330640; e-mail workshops@westgard.
Wildlife fecal samples were collected from white-tailed deer (Odocoileus virginianus), gray fox (Urocyon cinereoargenteus), American beaver (Castor canadensis), northern raccoon (Procyon lotor), Virginia opossum (Didelphis virginiana), and eastern gray squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis) in addition to fecal samples from domestic cows (Bos taurus) and horses (Equus caballus).
Titled "The Gray Fox," it is scheduled for release this month as a limited-edition print on paper and next month on canvas.
Slightly larger than a housecat, the three- to six-pound island fox is roughly half the size of the mainland gray fox. Its diet ranges from insects and mice and other small vertebrates to crabs and wild-growing fruits.