I’ve been able to photograph the gorgeous Arctic Fox lots of times and have seen them in all of the different fur coats. Quite a striking difference between them. They are black when they are born and gradually turn to their glorious winter white in their second winter.
Interesting and Fun Facts About Arctic Foxes
- can survive frigid Arctic temperatures as low as –58°F (-50°C)
- arctic foxes give birth each spring to a large litter of up to 14 pups or kits
- Head and body, 18 to 26.75 in (46 to 68 cm); tail, up to 13.75 in (35 cm)
- 6.5 to 17 lbs (3 to 8 kg)
- also called the Polar Fox, the White Fox, and the Snow Fox
- the collective nouns are a leash, a skulk and an earth
Well of course I’m going to dislike those collective nouns…duh! It’s perfectly clear that the collective noun for a group of Arctic Foxes should be a blizzard! Thoughts?
Baby Arctic Fox Images
Juvenile Arctic Fox Images
Adult Arctic Fox Photos
Arctic Fox Photography Portfolio
If you’d like to see more images of this beautiful fox species you can find quite a few more in my gallery. You can even order a print or license an image for your needs. Check out my Arctic Fox portfolio…HERE.
Wildlife Photography Workshops
If you’d like to add some killer up close and personal Arctic Fox photos to your portfolio, you should join one of my photography workshops. You’ll have some fun, learn some photography and make some killer images. Sound like a plan? Well head over to my Wildlife, Nature and Creative Photography Workshops website…HERE.