A few more captures from my encounter with this fox a couple weeks ago. It was absolutely gorgeous with its full, winter coat. The contrast of that red fur against the beige stubble in the field and white snow was stark and really made the fox pop.
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.
As common as foxes are, they are not particularly common to photograph so I am definitely keeping my eyes out. If anyone has a line on any along the Colorado Front Range, particularly in the north Denver metro area, please do drop me a note.