A fox on the 'edge by peadar

A fox on the 'edge

I wandered into our back room this morning, and saw this young fox sunning itself on the neighbour's hedge.

S/he stayed there for quite a while, and seemed quite relaxed. They look very cute but they have become a nuisance in urban areas.

Many thanks for all your comments this week. All are very much appreciated.
Fantastic shot, fav
January 19th, 2020  
Beautiful- fav
January 19th, 2020  
What a fantastic shot, so sharp and close!
January 19th, 2020  
Lovely shot with the sunlight falling in from the left.
January 19th, 2020  
amazing lighting
fav
You are indeed lucky to still have these wild critters visiting
January 19th, 2020  
bep
Wonderful capture.
January 19th, 2020  
Great shot and capture!
January 19th, 2020  
A fantastic photo Fav
January 19th, 2020  
Oh wow. You must have been holding your breath taking this photo. A special moment and a very special photo. Fav Peter.
January 19th, 2020  
What a lovely image - it does make the fox very appealing. However, just as the become a nuisance in your area they are a truly devastating predator of our wildlife. And it is so difficult to control their numbers.
January 19th, 2020  
A lovely shot of this attractive fox - fav!

Ian
January 19th, 2020  
Wonderful capture - fav!
January 19th, 2020  
Oh Wow!!! This is amazing.
January 19th, 2020  
Lovely find !
January 19th, 2020  
Wonderful capture! Happy to see the fox at a distance.
January 19th, 2020  
gorgeous fox and lighting ~ fav
January 20th, 2020  
Yes she does look cute in the light but I know they can do a lot of damage.
January 20th, 2020  
This little guy looks so sweet trying to keep warm in the sun. I am a sucker for wildlife and animals. Fav.
January 20th, 2020  
Great capture, it looks so content ☺️
January 20th, 2020  
Wow... what a find. He/she is beautiful!
January 20th, 2020  
Fav! A wonderful capture. It looks very healthy! And those wonderful glowing eyes!
January 20th, 2020  
Am deeply jealous of this terrific shot!
January 21st, 2020  
WoW! Just Wow!
January 22nd, 2020  
Fantastic shot
January 24th, 2020  
Gorgeous capture
January 26th, 2020  
The only reason they have become a problem in urban areas is because of waste " we intelligent" humans leave laying around. Rob z said they are a devastating effect on wild life but not as devastating as human's and their prolific cats and dogs they are the ones that should be culled.
This is a STUNNING capture well done Peter
February 2nd, 2020  
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