There are few things cooler things in wildlife photography than a red fox in the snow! During my workshop this winter we had great snow and the red fox were luxurious and vibrant red against the snow. It was a great workshop and as you might have guessed, will be leading another workshop next January and perhaps you’ll be able to get some red fox images like these for your portfolio!
Red Fox Information
- male red fox are known as dogs, tods or reynards, females are called vixens and young are called kits
- red fox can reach speeds over 30mph
- red fox can hear a watch ticking 40 yards away
- Size: Head and body, 18 to 33.75 in (46 to 86 cm); Tail, 12 to 21.75 in (30.5 to 55.5 cm)
- Weight: 6.5 to 24 lbs (3 to 11 kg)
The official collective noun people proclaim a skulk, an earth, a leash, a troop and a lead. It’s likely no surprise that I don’t like any of these very much. I prefer something like a sly or a tail of foxes. Thoughts?
Red Fox Wildlife Photography Gallery
All of my Red Fox and well all of my Wildlife Photography are available for sale as prints or digital files for your stock imagery or publications. You can find my portfolio…HERE.
Wildlife Photography Workshops with Jeff Wendorff
I teach wildlife photography workshops all across the world. If you’d like to see what classes I am currently offering visit my Wildlife and Nature Photography Workshops page…HERE.
Collective Noun Book
I love collective nouns and there is a new book available on Amazon, check it out.