Red foxes are recognizable by their fur coloring, little frames and their long bushy tails. They are part of the Canidae family, which means its relatives are wolves, jackals and dogs. Foxes are typically not pack animals like their relatives. The red fox is a solitary creature that gathers with other foxes only when raising its young. Red foxes are typically more active at dusk (crepuscular) or at night (nocturnal), but can be often seen active during the day in various locations. They can adapt to many different habitats and are very common in human environments.
Find me at EPZ
Location: adjacent to the Barn.
Arrived at EPZ: Saki - 03/04/2008