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, natural history stock photograph, photo id 12106Add To Light Table
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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 #12088
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 #12089
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 #12090
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 #12091
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 #12092
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 #12093

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.

Stock Photo: 12106
Species: Gray fox, Urocyon cinereoargenteus
Format: Digital 3:2
Other Names: grey fox
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