Crows lead to foxes, I discover

On a January work break walk with my colleagues, the loud screeching of crows broke our conversation.

Laura declared that in her neighborhood a few blocks away in the Village of Liverpool, that has been signifying the sighting of a fox.

There she is.

And she spotted it, too.

Off to the right in the backyard. Out came my iPhone 8.

Don’t be afraid.

I snapped as quickly and quietly as I could.

The results made me quite happy.

Pretty, I think.

The people who see the backyard visitors are not quite as happy, I hear.

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15 thoughts on “Crows lead to foxes, I discover

  1. People seem to think that any fox they see in the daytime is rabid. So not true. This time of year I’d bet their vulpian visitors are hungry.

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  2. I think foxes are beautiful. Though I don’t know much about them. My most interesting fox sighting was on a bike trail. Ahead of me a woman rode merrily along. Oblivious to the red fox trotting behind her for about a quarter of a mile.

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  3. Those houses look pretty close together, and I’m surprised a fox would venture so near to town. I know foxes will venture from a wooded area into suburbs, though. They do that here. Are there woods behind those houses?

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