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Town foxes

Discussion in 'General chit chat' started by andyhawkx3, Jun 28, 2008.

  1. andyhawkx3

    andyhawkx3 Major Poster

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    This is the view, from one of my back, windows, to the right of the conifers, in my neighbours garden, you can see, the top of a disused, well disused by humans but not by a family of foxes, the mother is on the left, you cant quite see her 4 cubes, and all this is 30 feet from my back door, nature always finds a way :)
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    They are lovely, praps I shouldn't say this on a shooting site but I like em lots :up::)
     
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    yes Moo they are really cute, aren't they, dont know if, its the same pair, as last year, or the years before, but every year, there are fox'es there:D
     
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    aww soooooo cute

    thats all i have to say
     
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    Do you think that, foxes have a roll to play, in urban sites, ie housing estates, semi country villages!!!!
     
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    they do have a role to play they catch rats, pick off sick or injured animals or in my case steel the geese and nice size bunnies on my shoots i wood not shoot them givin the choise but on the goose farm i have to as it was part of the agrement. i like seeing wild life going its natural way like rabbits i like to see them alive and grazing and playing and squirels running and jumping about and the same with foxes roaming around looking for somthing to eat it just makes a change from seeing it and shooting it seeing deer is pricles tho ill sit and watch them till they run off amazing animals
     
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    I agree :up::D.....there has been a population explosion of rabbits, by my house of late, there's a massive, nature reserve, so you cant shoot on there, and just up the road, we have the Merry Hill shopping centre, its like watership at night.........public places, cant shoot em, but l no of five foxes, will be getting fat on em:D
     
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    foxes are only a problem when they are taking live stock or pets most of the time they do good by controlling pests i will shoot them when farmers ask me to but in most enviroments i think they do good
     
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    its like when i go fishing and i see a rat nibling on some bait that was left i like watching them but i no ill have to come back down when every one has gone home and shoot em but i defo enjoy seeiung animals alive as much as i like to shoot them it passes the time away
     
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    i ike them.

    cute things but i must admit if i had chickens and they came after them then i would have to do something.:eek:
     

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