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Re: Fox Update

How totally neat.  Must be a fox trait to like to play on mulch
mounds.  A few years ago, when I had a new pile of woodchips, I
looked out the window one day to see one of our foxes literally
dancing on the pile...it performed for a few minutes and then
disappeared back into the woods.

Lately, late in the evening; just as it's getting too dark to see
what I'm doing, I'll see a fox coming across from the critter opening
I left in the deer fence; heading, I know, for the concrete slab
where I put out stuff for critters.  If I say 'hi fox', it just
pauses; looks at me and keeps on going.

Son saw a pair of kits playing last year, but I missed them.  

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Lynda Young <lyoung@grindertaber.com>
> Well, my fox has mated and we now three juveniles who have decided
> yard is their personal playground.
> Last week we had 10 cy of mulch delivered. We haven't yet gotten it
> distributed in the beds, so there's a huge mound of pine bark fines
> the top of our property.  The foxes have declared it "Magic
> and play on it daily.  We got up really early last Sunday, looked
out a
> window and  all three were perched on top of the mound.  Roy
> they must be resting after a night of play.  I'm convinced they
> just waiting for the newspaper delivery.  The paper has become
> favorite chew and tug toy. (Not a bad use for the Commercial Appeal
> huh, Zem?).  It's a race each morning to see who gets to it first -
> or the wild life.  We either get to read it or we get to trudge
> looking for all the pieces.  I guess it's a good thing we both have
> healthy sense of humor and love watching nature's critters cavort.
> Must admit they are cute little guys and I wouldn't trade the
> spying on them has given us for all the Sunday papers in the world.
> Lynda
> zone 7 - West Tn
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