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.


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.








The big yawn!








The big yawn!


The big yawn!

Taking a break!

Taking a break!





The stretch!



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Window to Wildlife features the photography of Jim Edlhuber. A lifelong native of Wisconsin, Jim has been photographing wildlife for 20 years. He considers himself an avid photographer and is always trying to capture nature and wildlife through his lens. He is in several photography clubs and has won numerous awards for his work. In recent years, Jim has focused mostly on birding photography and finds it to be the most challenging.

2 Responses to Red Fox in Milwaukee County Wisconsin on March 4, 2016

  1. Stewart says:

    Great shots, Jim. A couple of years ago we had a family(7 pups) of fox living at the end of our backyard. Worried about our cats, but nothing happened. It was lots of fun watching them playing. A great animal.

  2. Janet Chickey says:

    Wow how did you ever get such great pictures .l just love looking at these l love foxes see them daily
    I just can’t get a picture they move so fast . I am so glad I got a chance to see these thank you for sharing.

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