IdentificationApproximately 112cm long (its tail is a third of this).
Dog-like appearance with a pointed muzzle and bushy, white-tipped tail.
A reddish-brown coat, lower legs and backs of ears are black.
The red fox, as described above, is the most common in Britain.
They live anywhere from towns and cities, to gardens and farms.
They are mostly active at night where they forage for available food. They will kill small animals, especially voles and rabbits. They will also scavenge for leftovers.
Their avergae life span is between 18 months to 2 years.
They breed once a year with mating occurring in January and early February.
A litter of 4-5 cubs are born in March or April.
Young foxes will leave the home territory around Octoboer-November.
Taste Repellent Granules