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Red fox.  Red foxes are the most widely distributed wild carnivores in the world. Red foxes utilize a wide range of habitats including forest, tundra, prairie, and farmland. They prefer habitats with a diversity of vegetation types and are increasingly encountered in suburban areas, Vulpes vulpes Gray fox.  Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail, Urocyon cinereoargenteus Gray fox.  Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail, Urocyon cinereoargenteus
Red fox. Red foxes are the most widely distributed wild carnivores in the world. Red foxes utilize a wide range of habitats including forest, tundra, prairie, and farmland. They prefer habitats with a diversity of vegetation types and are increasingly encountered in suburban areas.
Image ID: 12087  
Species: Red fox, Vulpes vulpes
 
Gray fox. Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail.
Image ID: 12088  
Species: Gray fox, Urocyon cinereoargenteus
 
Gray fox. Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail.
Image ID: 12089  
Species: Gray fox, Urocyon cinereoargenteus
 
Gray fox.  Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail, Urocyon cinereoargenteus Gray fox.  Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail, Urocyon cinereoargenteus Gray fox.  Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail, Urocyon cinereoargenteus
Gray fox. Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail.
Image ID: 12090  
Species: Gray fox, Urocyon cinereoargenteus
 
Gray fox. Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail.
Image ID: 12091  
Species: Gray fox, Urocyon cinereoargenteus
 
Gray fox. Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail.
Image ID: 12092  
Species: Gray fox, Urocyon cinereoargenteus
 
Gray fox.  Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail, Urocyon cinereoargenteus Gray fox.  Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail, Urocyon cinereoargenteus Gray fox.  Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail, Urocyon cinereoargenteus
Gray fox. Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail.
Image ID: 12093  
Species: Gray fox, Urocyon cinereoargenteus
 
Gray fox. Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail.
Image ID: 12094  
Species: Gray fox, Urocyon cinereoargenteus
 
Gray fox. Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail.
Image ID: 12095  
Species: Gray fox, Urocyon cinereoargenteus
 
Gray fox.  Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail, Urocyon cinereoargenteus Gray fox.  Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail, Urocyon cinereoargenteus Gray fox.  Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail, Urocyon cinereoargenteus
Gray fox. Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail.
Image ID: 12096  
Species: Gray fox, Urocyon cinereoargenteus
 
Gray fox. Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail.
Image ID: 12097  
Species: Gray fox, Urocyon cinereoargenteus
 
Gray fox. Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail.
Image ID: 12098  
Species: Gray fox, Urocyon cinereoargenteus
 
Gray fox.  Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail, Urocyon cinereoargenteus Gray fox.  Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail, Urocyon cinereoargenteus Gray fox.  Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail, Urocyon cinereoargenteus
Gray fox. Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail.
Image ID: 12099  
Species: Gray fox, Urocyon cinereoargenteus
 
Gray fox. Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail.
Image ID: 12100  
Species: Gray fox, Urocyon cinereoargenteus
 
Gray fox. Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail.
Image ID: 12101  
Species: Gray fox, Urocyon cinereoargenteus
 
Gray fox.  Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail, Urocyon cinereoargenteus Gray fox.  Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail, Urocyon cinereoargenteus Gray fox.  Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail, Urocyon cinereoargenteus
Gray fox. Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail.
Image ID: 12102  
Species: Gray fox, Urocyon cinereoargenteus
 
Gray fox. Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail.
Image ID: 12103  
Species: Gray fox, Urocyon cinereoargenteus
 
Gray fox. Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail.
Image ID: 12104  
Species: Gray fox, Urocyon cinereoargenteus
 
Gray fox.  Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail, Urocyon cinereoargenteus Gray fox.  Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail, Urocyon cinereoargenteus Cross fox.  The cross fox is a color variation of the red fox, Vulpes vulpes
Gray fox. Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail.
Image ID: 12105  
Species: Gray fox, Urocyon cinereoargenteus
 
Gray fox. Gray foxes are found in deciduous woodlands, but are occasionally seen in old fields foraging for fruits and insects. Gray foxes resemble small, gracile dogs with bushy tails. They are distinguished from most other canids by their grizzled upperparts, buff neck and black-tipped tail.
Image ID: 12106  
Species: Gray fox, Urocyon cinereoargenteus
 
Cross fox. The cross fox is a color variation of the red fox.
Image ID: 12107  
Species: Red fox, Vulpes vulpes
 
Cross fox.  The cross fox is a color variation of the red fox, Vulpes vulpes Cross fox.  The cross fox is a color variation of the red fox, Vulpes vulpes Cross fox.  The cross fox is a color variation of the red fox, Vulpes vulpes
Cross fox. The cross fox is a color variation of the red fox.
Image ID: 12108  
Species: Red fox, Vulpes vulpes
 
Cross fox. The cross fox is a color variation of the red fox.
Image ID: 12109  
Species: Red fox, Vulpes vulpes
 
Cross fox. The cross fox is a color variation of the red fox.
Image ID: 12110  
Species: Red fox, Vulpes vulpes
 
Cross fox.  The cross fox is a color variation of the red fox, Vulpes vulpes Cross fox.  The cross fox is a color variation of the red fox, Vulpes vulpes Cross fox.  The cross fox is a color variation of the red fox, Vulpes vulpes
Cross fox. The cross fox is a color variation of the red fox.
Image ID: 12111  
Species: Red fox, Vulpes vulpes
 
Cross fox. The cross fox is a color variation of the red fox.
Image ID: 12112  
Species: Red fox, Vulpes vulpes
 
Cross fox. The cross fox is a color variation of the red fox.
Image ID: 12113  
Species: Red fox, Vulpes vulpes
 
Cross fox.  The cross fox is a color variation of the red fox, Vulpes vulpes Cross fox.  The cross fox is a color variation of the red fox, Vulpes vulpes Cross fox.  The cross fox is a color variation of the red fox, Vulpes vulpes
Cross fox. The cross fox is a color variation of the red fox.
Image ID: 12114  
Species: Red fox, Vulpes vulpes
 
Cross fox. The cross fox is a color variation of the red fox.
Image ID: 12115  
Species: Red fox, Vulpes vulpes
 
Cross fox. The cross fox is a color variation of the red fox.
Image ID: 12116  
Species: Red fox, Vulpes vulpes
 


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