Fox in the Flowers

It is, at last, springtime, which means a touch of colour in the countryside:

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And a good backdrop to visiting foxes.

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About Adele Brand

UEA Ecology grad, typically sighted in the company of a tall graceful Belgian shephard dog and often trying to carrying a big camera around. Dislikes urban habitat but is comfortable in either prairie or mountain biomes. Frequently watching, or being watched by, foxes.
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13 Responses to Fox in the Flowers

  1. Nice spring flowers, Adele … I wish we could see a few. Starting to warm up a bit. The fox in the flowers looks like he’s very relaxed.

  2. Darko says:

    Is that fox one of the regular visitors or a new one? Looks very healthy and happy 😀

    • Adele Brand says:

      Yes, she’s coming regularly. Our most easily identified foxes are the vixen nursing cubs (she’s the very nosy one that peers through the fence) and a young fox who is recovering from mange. There’s also an dogfox who looks about three years old who often sits under the conifer tree, and the vixen in these photos, who isn’t nursing cubs.

  3. Beautiful captures sis! 🙂

  4. Words says:

    It’s been mainly mist and rain here, but lovely to know that spring has arrived in the North Downs. And foxes and flowers are such a good combination. 😀

  5. Robin says:

    Adele, wonderful flowers! I sure do look forward to the return of Spring and everything starting to grow again! We are still getting a lot of rain with the odd splash of sun!

  6. if I’m allowed to put more than one like on a blog , I,m choose this one .

  7. Lily flowers blossomed in our country last month, it seems that the weather is very cold in England .

  8. pam says:

    No flowers here yet but glorious sunshine and warmer air. I’ll just come here to look at your flowers. What are the purple ones?

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