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Gray Fox (early morning)
Gray Fox very early one morning in shade, getting a drink of water. The Central Texas Hill Country is home to many remarkable creatures, but none are more intriguing than the gray fox.<br />
The Gray Fox is adaptable, usually more wary than fearful, and quite handsome. It may be difficult to appreciate the coloration of this fox until you see her for yourself. With a mostly gray back and reddish sides, she has a white throat with beautiful red markings. To top it off, the middle of the back is usually black and she sports a magnificent, long, bushy tail with a black tip.

Gray Fox very early one morning in shade, getting a drink of water. The Central Texas Hill Country is home to many remarkable creatures, but none are more intriguing than the gray fox.
The Gray Fox is adaptable, usually more wary than fearful, and quite handsome. It may be difficult to appreciate the coloration of this fox until you see her for yourself. With a mostly gray back and reddish sides, she has a white throat with beautiful red markings. To top it off, the middle of the back...
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