April 11, 2014


NatureFootstep Photo

o dear, such a cutie! Gorgeous critters. :)


Oh, I know how they feel, losing that lot - and den. What gorgeous photos. I love fox.



Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti

I see foxes here from time to time--they are such pretty creatures! I hope they are able to re-locate without harm, Sallie.

Beyond Zephyr

Such adorable looking foxes!
I do hope the kits are old enough for the relocation before they started to tear the lot apart.


das sind schöne Bilder Sallie

DANKE mit einem LG vom katerchen


HI Wonderful critter post. Hope you saw my fox video on Saturday. yours are so cute.

Lisa Hermanson

What a beautiful shot, can't imagine having foxes nearby !!


They are beautiful! I thought foxes were endangered. I wish they could protect that den instead of developing the land.

Lavender Dreams

I think they are such cute animals. I would love seeing one of the babies! Nice photos...thanks for sharing my friend! Hugs!


Foxes are amazing animals. It's sad that we (humans have no problem destroying their habitat. I hope they don't build there. I have a question. What does the fox say?


/so cute I hope they can find a new home its hard for animals I know...the trees near me were recently logged so I think that's why I now have raccoon problems!


Oh my!
How adorable is that little guy!
I've probably only seen a fox a couple of times in my life. I would love to be able to watch them. Hope he'll share some photos of the little ones.
So sad that development will take their habitat.

Your comment on my blog took me the right route to get here. So glad you were able to work things out. :)

artmusedog and carol

Sally ~ the foxes are so adorable and beautiful ~ great that you got such wonderful photos ~ Happy Week to you ~ xoxo

artmusedog and carol (A Creative Harbor)

Carole M.

SUPER photos

I stora drag

Hi Sallie!
So kind of your son to let you show the pictures of the foxes in your blog!
They look so sweet those animals!
I have only taken a few pictures from very long distance of foxes.
Have a nice Sunday!
Greetings Pia


Hey! My photos got published! I'm famous.

The mom has been coming out with the kits just at dusk. I've got a few photos, but none are too good -- the little ones move around a lot, and it's too dark to get a good shot.

She may have moved to her other den already, too, since we didn't see her at all last two evenings (she did that a few years ago).

It's a lot of fun to be able to get photos like this from a blind as comfortable as my dining room.


Dina J

Pretty cool to have those living next door. Great shots. Hopefully they will find a new home okay.

Jenn Jilks

Aren't they wonderful?!
(ツ) from Cottage Country Ontario , ON, Canada!


It must be lovely to observe such wildlife from home. I hope they do find a new home when the development comes. They are cute animals until they steal your chickens.


Your son is a very foxy photographer! These are quite beautiful critters although I wouldn't want to get into an argument with them!


Fabulous shots of these beautiful animals.

Rainfield M Penang

We decide how they should live, because we are greater.


what great photos. they look so happy. it saddens me to hear they're developing that area and forcing this family/ kits to relocate. have a great weekend~

Joe Todd

Several great posts Sallie.. I am very envious yet am really looking forward to your upcoming posts this summer...We are finally getting some good weather in Ohio and "things" are looking a little greener


Incredible pics. Habitat destruction is a big problem.

lina@a happy family

Thanks to your son. Stunning fox shots.


Dearest Sallie;
Wow! What factastic pictures of foxes☆☆☆ It must be exciting to see them with your own eyes. Thanks to your son Geoff for us t be able to enjoy them♡♡♡ When I was very little, I though the story they deceive us would be true p;) Yes, so sad to hear about the development!

Sending you Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan to my dear friend in America, xoxo Miyako*


These shots are fantastic! So cute and wonderful foxes!

EG CameraGirl

Well, what a treat for you! Wah I were there to watch too. ;)


They are adorable! It is sad to hear they are losing their home.. There is just way too much development..Thank you for sharing and linking up your critters, have a happy weekend!


Cool shots. Sorry to hear that they are going to lose their home. Wonder where can they go.

Lady Fi

Oh wow - fantastic shots.

Stewart M

Nice pictures - foxes are a pest here (an introduced species) - but I still enjoy watching them!

WBW stays open until about noon on Saturday my time, so you don't need to rush!

Cheers - Stewart M - Melbourne

Karen, Pixel Posts

Oh how wonderful! Such beautiful critters.


How cool to be able to observe these beautiful foxes so close to your son's home. He took some fantastic shots of them. Sad that they will have to relocate. Thank you for visiting and for your sweet comments. Have a great weekend :)


OMGosh, I love foxes!! I guess because they remind me of dogs. These photos are awesome!! How fun to live next door and be able to photograph them as often as you can. So sad that the lot will be developed soon. :( More and more habitat is being taken away.


It's so fun to watch the animals in their environment. Sad to hear these will have to relocate due to development. Geoff's photos are marvelous.


I love these shots of the beautiful foxes. There was a fox den in the crawl space under my house, or that's my guess based on the fox family coming to my deck to drink out of the bird baths this summer. I didn't see them during the winter.


oh, these are awesome! i do hope they'll relocate without trouble!

jesh stg

Great captures, Sally, of the playful side of foxes:)


Foxes need homes too. The kits have faces like kitty cats.


Stunning photos from Geoff, and interesting detail from you-as always:)

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