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  • Wild Fox Discovers the Joy of a Dog's Toy

    2 Minutes of mindless fun.

    I feel sorry for people who don't drink. When they wake up in the morning, that's as good as they're gonna feel all day. Frank Sinatra

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    That's amazing. I think he wants to be someone's pet.

    That was a beautiful fox, BTW.
    Kentucky fan since 1971.

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    • #3
      Originally posted by KevinHall View Post
      That's amazing. I think he wants to be someone's pet.

      That was a beautiful fox, BTW.
      I've seen more foxes locally near residential areas than I ever recall seeing. Growing up I don't recall seeing any at all, but in the last year I've seen 3 - one of which had been hit by a car.

      Neighbor behind us has about 3.5 acres and has a mother and 3 kits living under his storage building.
      I feel sorry for people who don't drink. When they wake up in the morning, that's as good as they're gonna feel all day. Frank Sinatra

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      • #4
        Originally posted by surveyor View Post

        I've seen more foxes locally near residential areas than I ever recall seeing. Growing up I don't recall seeing any at all, but in the last year I've seen 3 - one of which had been hit by a car.

        Neighbor behind us has about 3.5 acres and has a mother and 3 kits living under his storage building.
        Same here. I grew up in the mountains I can't ever remember seeing a fox. Now I live in a suburb of Washington DC and see one frequently. I have seen a number of them when I am walking early in the morning to pick up my bus. We saw one in our parking lot one day and hear them at night yelping in a small patch woods behind out townhouse. I think I have seen more wildlife where I live now than I ever did in the mountains.
        Kentucky fan since 1971.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by KevinHall View Post

          Same here. I grew up in the mountains I can't ever remember seeing a fox. Now I live in a suburb of Washington DC and see one frequently. I have seen a number of them when I am walking early in the morning to pick up my bus. We saw one in our parking lot one day and hear them at night yelping in a small patch woods behind out townhouse. I think I have seen more wildlife where I live now than I ever did in the mountains.
          I hope that yelping isn't coyotes, Kevin. Our home is surrounded by trees and dense underbrush, and we have a pack of them right behind our house.
          Before you abuse, criticize and accuse, walk a mile in my shoes.

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          • #6
            I'm older than most, on here, but I think the reason there weren't many around when I was growing up is that fox hunters kept them thinned out.
            Before you abuse, criticize and accuse, walk a mile in my shoes.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Matt Dillon View Post

              I hope that yelping isn't coyotes, Kevin. Our home is surrounded by trees and dense underbrush, and we have a pack of them right behind our house.
              We are quite sure its fox. There has been a family of them living in those woods for quite some time. Yes hunters kept the wildlife thinned out when I was growing up. The population now in that area, Harlan County, is so low that there just aren't many that hunt anymore.
              Kentucky fan since 1971.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by KevinHall View Post

                We are quite sure its fox. There has been a family of them living in those woods for quite some time. Yes hunters kept the wildlife thinned out when I was growing up. The population now in that area, Harlan County, is so low that there just aren't many that hunt anymore.
                Thankfully, in my opinion, fox and coon hunting has pretty much become a thing of the past.
                Before you abuse, criticize and accuse, walk a mile in my shoes.

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                • #9
                  I've never been fox hunting, but we went coon hunting a lot. I can still hear those hounds on a trail.
                  John 3:3

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                  Wild Fox Discovers the Joy of a Dog's Toy

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