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Category Archives: surrey hills foxes
Both Sides of the Fence
Or, possibly, straight over it: I’ve no doubt that this little vixen would be indoors if the patio door was opened, but encouraging foxes to be that tame is not at all in their interest, so she has to watch … Continue reading
Posted in surrey hills foxes, surrey hills wildlife Tagged bank vole, nature, red fox, wildlife 10 Comments
Fox in the Flowers
It is, at last, springtime, which means a touch of colour in the countryside: And a good backdrop to visiting foxes.
Posted in surrey hills foxes, surrey hills wildlife Tagged cute, daffodil, flowers, nature, red fox, surrey 13 Comments
Somebody likes peering through the fence!
Posted in surrey hills foxes Tagged animal, cute, fence, nature, vulpes, wildlife 14 Comments
They’ve come from the North. Every year, fieldfares and redwings – two species of thrush – flock to England to escape the Scandinavian winters. This winter they are exceptionally abundant, foraging in south London parks and flocking to the North … Continue reading
Posted in surrey hills foxes Tagged art, badger drawing, fox drawing, red fox, tornado, wildlife art, winter 19 Comments
Sometimes the ears are a giveaway. Sometimes one of Britain’s brightest birds melts perfectly into the cryptic bark of a wintered-down birch. And sometimes the wildlife turns up where it is supposed to. It was frosty this morning, perfect conditions … Continue reading
Posted in surrey hills foxes Tagged fox, frost, green woodpecker, nature, roe deer, wildlife, winter 11 Comments