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Fox pup and a bird
Lens: DA*300/4 Camera: K5 Photo Location: Isle Verte, Québec 
Posted By: jpzk, 07-18-2012, 08:15 PM

This seemingly single pup is growing nicely. Mom fox is nearby but this young fellow is very approachable:




As I said .... very approachable (and sleepy):




More fox stories at my Flickr account ... see signature.

A Common Yellowthroat trying to hide in the wild roses and that same little bird singing the summer:







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07-18-2012, 08:31 PM   #2
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Very nice shots JP!!!
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Very nice shots JP!!!
+1 good job!
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Lovely shot of the fox well done.
07-19-2012, 06:17 AM   #6
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Very nice shots JP!!!
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+1 good job!
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Lovely shot of the fox well done.
Thank you all !!
Glad to bring a little bit of visual enjoyment !

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10/10 unfortunately we have to bait and kill in Australia.
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Love those! Very excellent fox shots, I'd love to have some of those myself...the shots and the foxes! You be sure to tell them old Rupert serves a nice dinner every night!

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The first fox shot especially is a stunning one. Love the last of the singing yellowthroat. I can almost here him.
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10/10 unfortunately we have to bait and kill in Australia.
Really ??! I thought Australia was the land of great nature and one wouldn't need such method.

Are you putting me on ?

Cheers!

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Love those! Very excellent fox shots, I'd love to have some of those myself...the shots and the foxes! You be sure to tell them old Rupert serves a nice dinner every night!

Regards!
Thanks Rupert ...

From what I've seen in several of your posted "food" photos, I'd agree that dinners are quite inviting at your place!!

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super captures... love the colors, detail and poses... dave m
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The first fox shot especially is a stunning one. Love the last of the singing yellowthroat. I can almost here him.
Thank you, Slowpez !

I like the fox "facial" features ... it has that special "smart" look!
The Yellowthroat is a common bird species but I always love to see them.

Cheers.
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super captures... love the colors, detail and poses... dave m
Thank you !

Comment appreciated !!

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#1 is a beautiful portrait. Good work !
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