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  • Title: Urban Foxes (British Natural History Series)
  • Author: Stephen Harris
  • ISBN: 9781873580516
  • Page: 312
  • Format: Hardcover

  • Urban foxes are now a well established part of town life, and are enjoyed than hated by their human neighbours This book dispels many urban myths that foxes will kill cats that foxes live by rifling dustbins or that they will mate with your dog Nor are they less healthy than rural foxes, and in fact they live slightly longer lives They prefer Tory boroughs whereUrban foxes are now a well established part of town life, and are enjoyed than hated by their human neighbours This book dispels many urban myths that foxes will kill cats that foxes live by rifling dustbins or that they will mate with your dog Nor are they less healthy than rural foxes, and in fact they live slightly longer lives They prefer Tory boroughs where large gardens and potting sheds afford them desirable residences Some even commute into town to feed and back to the suburbs to sleep during the day This second edition includes much new fascinating information on the social lives of foxes, their serial fathering of cubs and their social interactions Sadly it also discusses mange, which has hit the famous Bristol fox populations particularly badly But although this population is down to 10 per cent of previous levels, other cities Blackpool, Norwich, York and others have new fox populations.
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    Foxes at the British Wildlife Centre The fox is a remarkably adaptable and successful animal found, where food is plentiful, in almost every habitat It is a success because it is willing to eat almost anything and has become particularly adept at surviving alongside man in farmland and urban areas. The fox website Urban foxes Conflict Urban foxes Conflicts Foxes can be a nuisance to gardeners and allotment owners because of fouling, digging or damaging garden plants. Red fox The red fox Vulpes vulpes is the largest of the true foxes and one of the most widely distributed members of the order Carnivora, being present across the entire Northern Hemisphere from the Arctic Circle to North Africa, North America and Eurasia.It is listed as least concern by the IUCN Its range has increased alongside human expansion, having been introduced to Australia, where it is Fox Foxes are small to medium sized, omnivorous mammals belonging to several genera of the family Canidae.Foxes have a flattened skull, upright triangular ears, a pointed, slightly upturned snout, and a long bushy tail or brush Twelve species belong to the monophyletic true foxes group of genus Vulpes.Approximately another current or extinct species are always or sometimes called foxes Questions about Foxes Wildlife Online Are fox populations increasing in Britain Are foxes and rabbits native to Britain Are foxes colour blind Are foxes getting bolder and, if so, why Humane Urban Wildlife Deterrence John Bryant provides a humane urban wlldlife deterrence service in London and the Southern Counties dealing with problems caused by urban wildlife such as foxes, squirrels, birds, rabbits and rodents. League Against Cruel Sports Foxes Foxes use different vocal calls to communicate, and often form a pair that lasts for life Foxes wag their tails to greet family members just like dogs More fox facts here Do Foxes Eat Cats Facts about Fox s Diet Foxes typically rely on small rodents for their daily consumption such as gerbils, voles, ground squirrels, pocket gophers, deer mice, hamsters, and woodchucks. Are foxes a threat to cats A study by certified cat So, what do Foxes eat as part of their natural diet At BBC Wildlife they state that Foxes have a very varied diet, Urban foxes eat earthworms, insects, fruit and vegetables and a wide variety of both domestic wild birds and mammals. The Countryside Alliance Become a member today The Countryside Alliance has confirmed that a proposal made by Environment Minister Hannah Blythyn, to be delivered by Natural Resources Wales, to end the


    Commentaires:

    I'mogén
    I feel a bit strange rating this a 5 stars, but when I think about it, I really can't fault it. It is a great piece of writing for it's time and to be honest, it holds up the test of time pretty well, so why shouldn't it get a 5 stars? I mean, it was easy to read, had it's humour, was beautifully illustrated and had some sound information.So, I initially picked this up to give me some research to reference for my research proposal, but from the bits I selected, I realized it was really fascinati [...]

    Gordy
    This was great really interesting insight into the foxes I see in the West End of the city (Glasgow) before 6am, and also got it free from the Uni library :)

    Stacey Schmidt
    This book is about Foxes in British cities ( mostly Bristol ) and was written in 1986. I'm usually wary of natural history books written more than twenty years ago, but this one stands the test of time. Don't be put off by it only being 123 pages, it is the most informative Fox book I've yet come across! Very enjoyable and lots of enlightening information. A must-read for anyone interested in the animal.

    Les Dangerfield
    If, like me, you have a fox living at the end of your garden,then this is a very good way of learning everything you need to know about your foxy neighbour!

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