I can’t say I have ever heard of “National Puppy Day” but I guess that is what it is. I don’t have many pics of pups beyond my own dogs so dug into the archives for this one. I reckon it also works for #TBT as it was taken in early May of last year. This cutie Red Fox and its litter-mates were playing in a suburban front yard and my friend was kind enough to let me know so I rushed over. The sun was already below the horizon so light was dim but I managed a few okay captures including this one. So darned cute!
Reaching back to last March for this image in what had to have been one of my favorite wildlife encounters of 2016. This handsome creature was relaxing in a friend’s backyard and he was kind enough to invite me over for a photo session with it.
For 20 minutes or so the two of us snapped away with the Fox giving us an amazing variety of poses, all the while not really caring that we were right there by it. Red Foxes aren’t really all that rare but it is rare to see them, let alone get this kind of quality time with one. Just an amazing encounter.
One for #ThrowbackThursday. This gorgeous fox was hanging out in a friend’s backyard at the end of March. It was quite tolerant of our presence and we captured tons of images of it as it relaxed on an early spring day. A little more than a month after this picture was taken, fox kits made their appearance in the neighborhood showing that the adult and its mate were quite successful in continuing their bloodlines.
Red Foxes are quite common across the entire Northern Hemisphere from near the equator to the Arctic Circle. They are extremely adaptable and able to coexist in areas with large human populations.
One of the cutest creatures you could ever hope to see! An image of the fox kits I was able to spend some all-to-brief time with last month. You need this image! 😉 ?
After having a blast beating up on each other, these two took a break and showed there were no hard feelings. wink emoticon Taken last week in Thornton, Colorado? where their parents have made a suburban neighborhood their home.
The dim lighting meant slow shutter speeds and high ISOs and thus grainy pictures but, nevertheless, I am absolutely ecstatic to have been able to witness the little ones! Special thanks to my friend, Patrick, for letting me know about this fun find!
I don’t think I have ever had a cuter wildlife subject for any of my pictures than the ones I had yesterday evening. My friend, Patrick, texted me to let me know his neighborhood Red Fox kits were out and about so I of course raced out the door to go see.
Sure enough, there were five of the little fuzz balls romping around in a suburban neighborhood front yard. The encounter was fleeting as the sun had already started to disappear down the horizon and light was minimal.
The dim lighting meant slow shutter speeds and high ISOs and thus grainy pictures but, nevertheless, I am absolutely ecstatic to have been able to witness the little ones!
Oh what a rare opportunity it was when a friend invited me over to see this gorgeous creature. It was calmly lounging in the backyard without a care in the world and no worries about the two shutterbugs that were furiously taking pictures of it.
This image was one of the last I took, as it became bored with us and got ready to leave. As it did, it paused just long enough for me get its portrait. Beautiful!
Red Foxes are quite common across the entire Northern Hemisphere from near the equator to the Arctic Circle. As shown here, they are extremely adaptable and able to coexist in areas with large human populations.
Last week I posted a picture of this handsome guy showcasing his teeth. Here, as he keeps close watch on the neighborhood, his big eyes are the focus.
This Red Fox has taken up residence in a suburban area north of Denver, Colorado and has proven to be quite tolerant of people as was evidenced by the lounging he did while a friend and I sat photographing him.
While they aren’t seen often, Red Foxes are quite common across the entire Northern Hemisphere from near the equator to the Arctic Circle. As shown here, they are extremely adaptable and able to coexist in areas with large human populations.
Suburban wildlife photo ops don’t get much better than this! My friend, Patrick, has had a pretty routine visitor to his suburban backyard lately. Multiple times he has invited me up to come check it out but each time the foxy creature bailed before I could get there.
On Monday evening it finally hung around until I got there and we were able to spend 20 minutes or so observing this cool dude. Absolutely amazing and by far the best fox pics I have ever taken. You can bet I’ll be sharing many, may more of this guy! Taken in Thornton, Colorado.
It really didn’t say much yesterday when it stopped for a brief instant as it bolted across the road. Not the best quality of pic as I was caught totally off guard by this beautiful animal. My attention was focused on a bald eagle (pic posted yesterday) when out of the corner of my eye I see a red streak.
The fox was running across the road quite a good ways away and stopped to check out my son and I. I swung my camera around and only managed a couple rushed shots. This is one of the few times I have ever seen a fox and the first one I have ever gotten a picture of so while not a great image, I am happy. 😉 Taken in Firestone, Colorado.
Scroll down below the image for more from yesterday.