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PostPosted: Wed Sep 03, 2014 11:45 am 
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Sorry, no prizes. I'm just not sure what it is. :confused:

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 Post subject: Re: Name this critter
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Fox, long skinny black legs, tail is probably behind the body. Size. body shape and shape of the head is right for a red fox.

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Ice Pirate wrote:
Fox, long skinny black legs, tail is probably behind the body. Size. body shape and shape of the head is right for a red fox.


Thanks. I knew we had fox here, but hadn't seen one in years, so didn't even occur to me. :)

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His name is Freddy.

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Looks like the foxes in our suburban neighborhood.

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Yep it looks like a fox to me too. We have lots of them here. Some are big some are small, but they are all pretty wily.


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Gene which game camera do you use?

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Gene which game camera do you use?

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WGI Model t5i3w. Just bought it a couple weeks ago at wally world. About $75. Lot's of optional settings, video, etc.

This one: http://www.wildgameinnovations.com/prod ... AjSYaNTZRc

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I don't see an animal in that picture.


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Paul Gauthier wrote:
I don't see an animal in that picture.


Lower right corner. You may have to scroll your screen.

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There are lots of fox at my father in laws and yet we almost never see one. I used to hunt out there and saw quite a few while hunting in a tree stand for deer, but other than that I never saw one out there and my father in law only saw a few in many years. Stealth!

Those cameras look like lots of fun. Eventually I will get one.

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There are lots of fox at my father in laws and yet we almost never see one. I used to hunt out there and saw quite a few while hunting in a tree stand for deer, but other than that I never saw one out there and my father in law only saw a few in many years. Stealth!

Those cameras look like lots of fun. Eventually I will get one.


Here's a recent daylight pic of a different critter :wink: . Same area of my woods.

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I have scrolled and enlarged, still don't see an animal in that picture.


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Paul Gauthier wrote:
I have scrolled and enlarged, still don't see an animal in that picture.


Well, Paul I guess the problem is on your end. I've done the best I could. :)

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Interesting now it is there. Yes looks like a fox.


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I hear foxes are pretty wily. Must have slipped away for a little but. :D

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Deer are starting to show up now. Got a few pics of them in the back yard a couple days ago. Doe with triplets born this past spring, and possibly 2 different doe just before sunrise.

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