Saturday, January 26, 2002

What a thrill to see the gray fox in clear daylight, today at 11:45 a.m. Always before the sightings have been just before it gets light. This must have been a dog fox and the others vixens. He came skimming along Milam, headed west, then went bounding diagonally across the boulevard, just flying. I was so busy watching his brush bannering out behind him and so didn't pay as much attention to his fact and ears as I wish I had. It's so good to know that there's still a presence.

2 Comments:

At 11:32 PM, October 06, 2007, Blogger Eric said...

Just wanted to say that I've seen a grey fox in my backyard several times over the past few months, always late at night. The fox always appears from the west and runs into the dark east corner of my yard. I live in south Austin just north of Ben White Blvd. so I'm very near downtown. I was surprised to see the grey fox where I live but my neighbor (to the west) has chickens so maybe that explains the sightings.

 
At 11:33 PM, October 06, 2007, Blogger Eric said...

Just wanted to say that I've seen a grey fox in my backyard several times over the past few months, always late at night. The fox always appears from the west and runs into the dark east corner of my yard. I live in south Austin just north of Ben White Blvd. so I'm very near downtown. I was surprised to see the grey fox where I live but my neighbor (to the west) has chickens so maybe that explains the sightings.

 

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