Posts Tagged ‘gray fox’
Gray foxes will actually come to eat corn set out for other animals. Their dentition is actually much more aligned for an omnivorous diet than other canids.
White tail tips are a diagnostic feature of a red fox, but very, very rarely a gray fox will have one.
The diagnostic feature of a gray fox, which no other canid in the United States or Canada will have, is the black stripe that runs down the tail. That’s actually a hackle that can be raised when the fox is aroused.
Not really fresh:
Don’t let the photo fool you. Gray foxes normally have the upper hand in these encounters.
I can (in theory) get everything on this trail camera:
I actually haven’t been placing mine on actual game trails but on access roads, and that may have limited all the animal activity I’ve been able to capture.
I put out a little gray fox urine over the buck musk, and a fox came and made a visit. Judging from the squat, this one is a vixen.
I put out the Moultrie 1100i, which gets better footage than the little Primos Workhorse: