Fox family fotos
- Lots of foxes. // Ranger Rick;Nov93, Vol. 27 Issue 11, p52
Provides information on foxes. Gray fox's desire to climb trees; Habits of patagonians from South America.
- Call me Flip. Prescott, Lyle; Brunetti, David A. // Ranger Rick;Jul96, Vol. 30 Issue 7, p42
Presents a story from the point of view of a two-month old red fox pup named Flip. Nursing; Sibling rivalry; Play-fighting.
- Drawing the line in a wild, wary moment. Ritchie, Elisavietta // Christian Science Monitor;8/14/96, Vol. 88 Issue 182, p16
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- From a fox family album. // National Geographic World;Mar94, Issue 223, p18
Features members of the fox family. Arctic fox, Swift fox; Bat-eared fox.
- Who's guarding the fox? Walters, Mark Jerome // Animals;Nov/Dec96, Vol. 129 Issue 6, p13
Addresses the concerns of conservationists on the possible disappearance of Darwin's foxes in Chile. Estimated population in 1996; Differences between the Darwin fox and its northern relatives; Impact of the increase in deforestation in Chile on the animal's population.
- The Long-Eared African Fox. // Illustrated London Reading Book;3/1/2006, p56
This singular variety of the Fox was first made known to naturalists in 1820. It is an inhabitant of the mountains in the neighbourhood of the Cape of Good Hope.
- Brush of Wildness. Alexander, Pamela // Cimarron Review;Fall2012, Issue 181, p98
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience about fox in Palmyra, Ontario.
- Fox News. Flax, Peter // Backpacker;Feb2004, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p17
Reports on the relocation of foxes into an open grassland in Badlands National Park in South Dakota in February 2004.
- On the trail of an Ice Age fox. Eliot, John L. // National Geographic;Apr97, Vol. 191 Issue 4, p142
Informs that mountain foxes of Montana's Beartooth Plateau may prove to be a relic from the Ice Age. Whether they are a distinct population withing the subspecies Vulpes vulpes macroura; Comments from biologist Robert Crabtree.
- Mistaken identity! Tom, Pauline // Free Press (Buda, TX);7/24/2013, Vol. 111 Issue 17, p1C
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience of mistakenly identified a native fox in Texas.