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Fox Gallery - Climbing Fox May 2008

Foxes are remarkably efficient climbers. They can easily scramble over fences and walls, but they also climb into trees. Their target is usually a bird nest. In this sequence the fox is climbing into some dense hedging to see if he can find a way into the beech trees where birds are nesting. He abandoned this climb, but I have seen foxes in the trees on previous occasions. The top of the hedge is about 5 feet high.

The sequence was photographed with a Canon EOS 400D and EF70-300mm 4.5-5.6 DO IS lens. I used a Canon 430EX flash unit.

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