Red Fox in Milwaukee County Wisconsin on March 3, 2017

On a birding run today in Milwaukee County I stumbled across a Red Fox hunting. The Red Fox tried to make a catch here but it’s snack got away. It remained in the hunting mode but then moved out of sight. Always makes for a fun day seeing one of these mammals out doing it’s thing!

Before the catch, that got away!

Before the catch…

It got away!

It got away!

Pursuing another catch!

Pursuing another catch!

Listening and looking

Looking and listening

Maybe it got away

Maybe it got away

Just looking at the photographer

Just looking at the photographer

Look at that beautiful coat!

A beautiful coat!

Red Fox hunting in Milwaukee County Wisconsin on January 30, 2017

Got a glimpse of a Red Fox doing a brief hunting before it left the area. Always a treat to see one of these. Images were taken on  January 30, 2017.

Thinking about something here in the grass....

Thinking about something here in the grass….

Red Fox

Scientific name: Vulpes vulpes

Type: Mammal

Habitat: Forests, grasslands, mountains, savanna, agricultural lands and deserts. Red Foxes can also adapt to farms, suburban areas and sometimes cities.

Average life span in the wild: 2 to 4 years

Size: Head and body, 18-33.75 inches

Weight: 6.5 to 24 lbs

Diet: Fruit, vegetables, fish, frogs, rabbits, birds and rodents in the wild. If living in a human environment they may include in the diet garbage and pet food.

Range: Northern hemisphere from the arctic circle to Central American. They can also be found in Northern Africa and central Asia.

On a mission

On a mission

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Comes up empty and leaves the area

Opossum eating fruit in a tree in Waukesha County Wisconsin on December 28, 2016

Doing some birding today in Waukesha County I came across something I had never seen before. A Opossum in a crab apple eating the fruit. It was there for a good 30 minutes and then I left. Images were taken on December 28, 2016.

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Opossum

Binomial name: Didelphia virginiana

Category: Mammals

Average life span in the wild: 2 years

Size: To 2.5 feet in length

Weight: 1.8-14 lbs

Diet: Fruits, snakes, insects, snails, slugs, eggs, mice, rats, fish, frogs, crayfish, and carrion.

Cool fact: The can give birth to as many as 25

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White-tailed Deer Swimming at Greenfield Park in Milwaukee Wisconsin on September 12, 2016

When I arrived at Greenfield Park in the early morning a group of 5 White-tailed Deer had just finished gathering around a watering hole at the park. Some feeding was done there, splashing around some and then they headed for the lake. Arriving at the lake they lined up and all swam to the island successfully. What at cool event that was. The swim was so graceful and silent too. Images were taken on September 12, 2016.

A little nibbling on a willow branch

A little nibbling on a willow branch

Just looking around

Just looking around

Standing around the water

Standing around the water

Looking around some...

Looking around some…

Starting to shake off some of the water from some earlier splashing

Starting to shake off some of the water from some earlier splashing

Shaking it off!

Shaking it off!

Making sure the water is out of the ears here...

Making sure the water is out of the ears here…

Looking to group up and head to the lake

Looking to group up and head to the lake

They start heading into the water

They start heading into the water

In they go

In they go

Here we go gang!

Here we go gang!

Across they go to the island

Across they go to the island

Everyone here?

Everyone here?

 

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The swim...they do make it across

The swim…they do make it across

American Mink in Waukesha Wisconsin on June 19, 2016

An American Mink has been hanging out near the Fox River in Waukesha. It moves fast along the rocks along the river stopping at locations searching for food in and out of the water. Dan W was there and we had a fun time for awhile photographing this little one gathering food for possible little ones and also food for itself. This female is not always active so one never knows when it will show up. Images were taken on June 19, 2016.

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American Mink with crayfish

American Mink

Scientific name: Neovison vison

Type: Mammal

Habitat: Forested areas along, rivers, streams and lakes with dense vegetation. They may also use habitat of swamps and wetlands.

Average life span in the wild: 1 to 3 years

Size: Adults, head and body males 23”-27” long, females 18”-22” long.

Weight: 2 to 3.5 lbs

Diet: Mainly fish, amphibians, crustaceans, small rodents and sometimes insects. Voles are one of their choice meals.

Range: Alaska, Canada and the entire US except for the Southwest.

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American Mink with crayfish

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In search off….

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In search off…

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American Mink with Bullhead

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Red Fox kits in Waukesha County Wisconsin on May 26, 2016

During the last month or so in our yard in Waukesha County, the Red Fox kits have come and gone. The family of at least 4 kits, 2 adults have been seen very little. We have only gotten glimpses of them a few times, but those times have been so exciting. I have put together a few images to share of their last appearance that was a few days ago. Will they return, who knows.

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Red Fox kits with Red Fox, adult, female

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Red Fox kits in Waukesha County Wisconsin on May 14, 2016

Re-post, this is a older post from this year in May 2016. It was revamped and some new images have been added, a link goes out to alert anyone who has signed up for alert. Sorry if this has inconvenienced you.

Just a couple shots of Red Fox kits taken in Waukesha County this morning. Cloudy day with some ice pellets and temps around 45 degrees. Images were taken on May 14, 2016

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Playtime, images taken at 150 feet

Playtime

Playtime

Playtime

Playtime

Playtime

Playtime

Playtime

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Jumping on the tall grass

Jumping on the tall grass

Female is always moving around the area looking for intruders while the kits are out running around and playing

Female is always moving around the area looking for intruders while the kits are out running around and playing

 

Red Fox in Milwaukee County Wisconsin on March 4, 2016

Out birding today at a park in Milwaukee County I came across a stunning Red Fox. It gave nice views in the relax mode before it left the area. A very slow day birding with just common birds being seen. Images were taken on March 4, 2016.

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Eating grass!

Red Fox

Scientific name: Vulpes vulpes

Type: Mammal

Habitat: Forests, grasslands, mountains, savanna, agricultural lands and deserts. Red Foxes can also adapt to farms, suburban areas and sometimes cities.

Average life span in the wild: 2 to 4 years

Size: Head and body, 18-33.75 inches

Weight: 6.5 to 24 lbs

Diet: Fruit, vegetables, fish, frogs, rabbits, birds and rodents in the wild. If living in a human environment they may include in the diet garbage and pet food.

Range: Northern hemisphere from the arctic circle to Central American. They can also be found in Northern Africa and central Asia.

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The big yawn!

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Sleepy!

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The big yawn!

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The big yawn!

Taking a break!

Taking a break!

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The stretch!

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Wisconsin Butterflies, Wildflowers, Mammals and other great subjects the Year in Review 2015

While out birding across the state of Wisconsin I come across many other great subjects to photograph other than birds. Some of those subjects can be butterflies, wildflowers, mammals or even something just out of the ordinary that gets the “Wow” factor when seen. Images were taken in 2015.

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Rock Lake Icehenge on Rock Lake in Lake Mills Wisconsin on 2-5-15

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Rock Lake Icehenge on Rock Lake in Lake Mills Wisconsin on 2-5-15

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Rock Lake Icehenge on Rock Lake in Lake Mills Wisconsin on 2-5-15

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Rock Lake Icehenge on Rock Lake in Lake Mills Wisconsin on 2-5-15

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Rock Lake Icehenge on Rock Lake in Lake Mills Wisconsin on 2-5-15

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Rock Lake Icehenge on Rock Lake in Lake Mills Wisconsin on 2-5-15

Large White Flowered Trillium, Trillium grandiflorum

Large White Flowered Trillium, Trillium grandiflorum spring 2015

Prairie Smoke, Geum triflorum

Prairie Smoke, Geum triflorum spring 2015

Wild Blue Phlox, Phlox divaricata

Wild Blue Phlox, Phlox divaricata spring 2015

Wild Cloumbine, Aquilegia canadensis

Wild Cloumbine, Aquilegia canadensis spring 2015

Spiderwort, Tradescantia ohiensis

Spiderwort, Tradescantia ohiensis spring 2015

Wild Lupine, Lupinus perennis

Wild Lupine, Lupinus perennis spring 2015

White-tailed Deer, doe

White-tailed Deer, doe in Sawyer County Wisconsin on 6-24-15

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Red Fox kits in Milwaukee County Wisconsin 7-26-15

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Red Fox kits in Milwaukee County Wisconsin 7-26-15

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Red Fox kits in Milwaukee County Wisconsin 7-26-15

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Red Fox kits in Milwaukee County Wisconsin 7-26-15

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Red Fox kit in Milwaukee County Wisconsin 7-26-15

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Red Fox kit in Milwaukee County Wisconsin 7-26-15

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Red Fox kit with the big yawn in Milwaukee County Wisconsin 7-26-15

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Red Fox kit with the big yawn in Milwaukee County Wisconsin 7-26-15

Black-eyed Susan, Rudbecki hirta

Black-eyed Susan, Rudbecki hirta 7-15-15

Prairie Dock, Silphium terebinthinaceum

Prairie Dock, Silphium terebinthinaceum 7-15-15

Pale Purple Coneflower, Echinacea pallida

Pale Purple Coneflower, Echinacea pallida 7-15-15

Swamp Milkweed, Asclepias incarnata

Swamp Milkweed, Asclepias incarnata 7-15-15

Yellow Coneflower, Ratibida pinnata

Yellow Coneflower, Ratibida pinnata 7-15-15

Purple Prairie Clover, Petalostem purpureum

Purple Prairie Clover, Petalostem purpureum 7-15-15

Common Milkweed, Asclepias syriaca

Common Milkweed, Asclepias syriaca 7-15-15

Eastern Tiger Swallowtail

Eastern Tiger Swallowtail 7-24-15

Eastern Tiger Swallowtail

Eastern Tiger Swallowtail 7-15-15

Monarch on Purple Coneflower

Monarch on Purple Coneflower 7-15-15

Monarch on Purple Coneflower

Monarch on Purple Coneflower 7-15-15

Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly on Purpletop Vervain, verbena bonariensi

Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly on Purpletop Vervain 7-15-15

Eastern Tiger Swallowtail on Purple Coneflower

Eastern Tiger Swallowtail on Purple Coneflower 7-15-15

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Red Fox in Milwaukee County 7-30-15

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Red Fox in Milwaukee County 7-30-15

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Red Fox in Milwaukee County 7-30-15

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American Mink, just out of water in Waukesha Wisconsin 8-18-15

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American Mink in Waukesha Wisconsin 8-18-15

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American Mink in Waukesha Wisconsin 8-18-15

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American Mink in Waukesha Wisconsin 8-18-15

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American Elk in Wisconsin on September 24, 2015

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American Elk in Wisconsin on September 24, 2015

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American Elk in Wisconsin on September 24, 2015

Coyote

Coyote hunting in Milwaukee County Wisconsin on 11-25-15

The jump!

Coyote, the jump in Milwaukee County Wisconsin on 11-25-15

Coyote hunting

Coyote, hunting in Milwaukee County Wisconsin on 11-25-15

Coyote eating the vole

Coyote eating the vole in Milwaukee County Wisconsin on 11-25-15

Coyote eating the vole

Coyote eating the vole in Milwaukee County Wisconsin on 11-25-15

Coyote is finished with the vole

Coyote is finished with the vole in Milwaukee County Wisconsin on 11-25-15

Coyote heads out

Coyote heads out in Milwaukee County Wisconsin on 11-25-15

The End!

 To see my Wisconsin Birding 2015 Year in Review, click here.

To see my Wisconsin Birding 2014 Year in Review, click here.

Coyote hunting in Milwaukee County Wisconsin on November 25, 2015

On a birding run, I ran into a beautiful Coyote hunting in a field down near Milwaukee’s lakefront. I watched it for awhile and took a few pictures. I was a distance away so it continued to hunt after I saw it and on one occasion it captured and ate a mole. It saw me after a few minutes and started to walk away. A fun little event as birding was slow today. Images were taken on November 25, 2015.

Coyote

Coyote

Coyote

Scientific name: Canis latrans

Type: Mammal

Average life span in the wild: 10 to 14 years, in captivity up to 20 years.

Size: Head and rump 32″-37″ long, tails typically are 16″ long.

Weight: Males 18-44 lbs, Females 15-40 lbs.

Coyote hunting

Coyote hunting

The jump!

The jump!

Coyote, he missed!

Coyote, he missed!

Coyote hunting

Coyote hunting

Coyote hunting

Coyote hunting

Coyote hunting

The jump!

Coyote hunting, missed

Coyote hunting, missed

Coyote hunting

Coyote hunting

The jump!

The jump!

Coyote catching the vole

Coyote catching the mole

Coyote catching the vole

Coyote catching the mole

Coyote eating the vole

Coyote eating the vole

Coyote eating the vole

Coyote eating the mole

Coyote eating the vole

Coyote eating the mole

Coyote is finished with the vole

Coyote is finished with the mole

Coyote heads out

Coyote heads out that area, but I watched it and it starts to hunt an area just father away

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Coyote heading out of area, one last look back!

American Mink in Waukesha Wisconsin on August 18, 2015

A few American Mink have been hanging out near the Fox River in Waukesha. They are not seen often but putting some time in you can get lucky. They move fast along the rocks along the river stopping at their locations searching for food in and out of the water. They are amazing!

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American Mink

Scientific name: Neovison vison

Type: Mammal

Habitat: Forested areas along, rivers, streams and lakes with dense vegetation. They may also use habitat of swamps and wetlands.

Average life span in the wild: 1 to 3 years

Size: Adults, head and body males 23”-27” long, females 18”-22” long.

Weight: 2 to 3.5 lbs

Diet: Mainly fish, amphibians, crustaceans, small rodents and sometimes insects. Voles are one of their choice meals.

Range: Alaska, Canada and the entire US except for the Southwest.

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Red Fox in Milwaukee County Wisconsin on July 30, 2015

While birding the lakefront in Milwaukee this morning I came across a Red Fox. This is a kit from this spring and growing fast, getting closer to looking like an adult. It did some hunting in tall grass areas while I was present and it appeared it found some food. Cool to see a Red Fox out midday as I think they are seen less during the day, more very early morning and late evening, just my opinion.

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Red Fox

Scientific name: Vulpes vulpes

Type: Mammal

Habitat: Forests, grasslands, mountains, savanna, agricultural lands and deserts. Red Foxes can also adapt to farms, suburban areas and sometimes cities.

Average life span in the wild: 2 to 4 years

Size: Head and body, 18-33.75 inches

Weight: 6.5 to 24 lbs

Diet: Fruit, vegetables, fish, frogs, rabbits, birds and rodents in the wild. If living in a human environment they may include in the diet garbage and pet food.

Range: Northern hemisphere from the arctic circle to Central American. They can also be found in Northern Africa and central Asia.

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Red Fox kits in Milwaukee County Wisconsin July 9, 2015

I had an opportunity to photograph 3 Red Fox kits in Milwaukee County, that are growing up fast. They were not out of the den long but enough to capture a few cute moments. Bruce joined me for a couple shots of the kits, it was a fun shoot while it lasted. Images were taken on July 9, 2015.

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Red Fox

Scientific name: Vulpes vulpes

Type: Mammal

Habitat: Forests, grasslands, mountains, savanna, agricultural lands and deserts. Red Foxes can also adapt to farms, suburban areas and sometimes cities.

Average life span in the wild: 2 to 4 years

Size: Head and body, 18-33.75 inches

Weight: 6.5 to 24 lbs

Diet: Fruit, vegetables, fish, frogs, rabbits, birds and rodents in the wild. If living in a human environment they may include in the diet garbage and pet food.

Range: Northern hemisphere from the arctic circle to Central American. They can also be found in Northern Africa and central Asia.

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American Mink at Lakeshore State Park Milwaukee Wisconsin October 8, 2014

The birding was slow this morning along the lakefront in Milwaukee. I had checked all beaches and possible birding locations. I came up empty other than 1 Pied-billed Grebe at Lakeshore State Park. The highlight of the morning was not a bird, but an American Mink at Lakeshore State Park. I ran into a friend and we watched this cute little mammal run in and out of the rocks along the water and at one time ate a vole. I noticed on a couple of images it appeared it had some wood ticks on its body. Images were taken on October 8, 2014.

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American Mink

Scientific name: Neovison vison

Type: Mammal

Habitat: Forested areas along, rivers, streams and lakes with dense vegetation. They may also use habitat of swamps and wetlands.

Average life span in the wild: 1 to 3 years

Size: Adults, head and body males 23”-27” long, females 18”-22” long.

Weight: 2 to 3.5 lbs

Diet: Mainly fish, amphibians, crustaceans, small rodents and sometimes insects. Voles are one of their choice meals.

Range: Alaska, Canada and the entire US except for the Southwest.

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Tail shot

Tail shot

Tail shot

Tail shot

Red Fox at the Milwaukee Lakefront October 5, 2014

While birding on the Milwaukee Wisconsin Lakefront today I came across a Red Fox. Out taking a nap in the sun on a cold October day. Images were taken on October 5, 2014.

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Red Fox

Scientific name: Vulpes vulpes

Type: Mammal

Habitat: Forests, grasslands, mountains, savanna, agricultural lands and deserts. Red Foxes can also adapt to farms, suburban areas and sometimes cities.

Average life span in the wild: 2 to 4 years

Size: Head and body, 18-33.75 inches

Weight: 6.5 to 24 lbs

Diet: Fruit, vegetables, fish, frogs, rabbits, birds and rodents in the wild. If living in a human environment they may include in the diet garbage and pet food.

Range: Northern hemisphere from the arctic circle to Central American. They can also be found in Northern Africa and central Asia.

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Red Fox at the Milwaukee Lakefront July 17, 2014

While birding on the lakefront in Milwaukee Wisconsin I came across a couple of Red Foxes. They were out for a few minutes and gave some nice views. In a short time they had disappeared. Photographs were taken on July 17, 2014.

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Red Fox adult

Red Fox

Scientific name: Vulpes vulpes

Type: Mammal

Habitat: Forests, grasslands, mountains, savanna, agricultural lands and deserts. Red Foxes can also adapt to farms, suburban areas and sometimes cities.

Average life span in the wild: 2 to 4 years

Size: Head and body, 18-33.75 inches

Weight: 6.5 to 24 lbs

Diet: Fruit, vegetables, fish, frogs, rabbits, birds and rodents in the wild. If living in a human environment they may include in the diet garbage and pet food.

Range: Northern hemisphere from the arctic circle to Central American. They can also be found in Northern Africa and central Asia.

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