Gray Fox – Whiskeytown Lake

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Jim Dowling
Jim Dowling is a retired teacher and ex-railroad brakeman/conductor. He takes pictures, gardens and, on occasion, spins a decent yarn.
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3 Responses

  1. Dave Bogener Dave Bogener says:

    Nice shot Jim! Good eye contact and an unobstructed view.

  2. Avatar Steve Towers says:

    I had a rarely encountered gray fox in my orchard a couple weeks back—always a treat. Alas, the black lab yearling immediately decided the fox didn’t fit in.

  3. Jim Dowling Jim Dowling says:

    Gray foxes were among the first animals, along with jackrabbits, to return to our property after the fire.

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