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dark grey American fox

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Gray foxes are widely distributed throughout North America (Cypher 2003), and although the International Union of Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources lists the gray fox as a species of least concern (Fuller & Cypher 2004), recent trends in Illinois, USA, indicate that the population is declining statewide (Bluett 2007).
We trapped for gray foxes, coyotes, and bobcats during 3 field seasons: 30 November 2005-18 March 2006, 5 June-4 August 2006, and 9 October 2006-28 February 2007.
MATERIALS AND METHODS--We studied a population of gray foxes living within the Simi Hills portion of Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area in Ventura and Los Angeles counties, which is adjacent to the metropolitan region of Los Angeles, California.
We report the identification and nearly complete genome sequence of an amdovirus found in the spleen, lung, and heart tissues of 2 gray foxes that exhibited an abnormal gait and muscle inflammation of unknown origin.
Additionally, most previous studies examining gray fox survival have been conducted on carcasses that were collected by trapping or by collecting road killed gray foxes to develop an age structure (Sullivan, 1956; Wood, 1958; Weston and Brisbin, 2003), which prevents estimates of cause-specific mortality.
First, I wanted to know if there's any significant difference between hunting red foxes and gray foxes.
Diablo includes coastal black-tailed deer, gray foxes, bobcats, mountain lions, badgers, and coyotes, as well as the red-legged frog and the rare Alameda whipsnake.
Taken together, these data provide evidence for classifying Yellow- stone's high-elevation gray foxes as a separate subspecies of mountain fox.
I used restriction-fragment-length polymorphisms (RFLP) to identify amplified fragments to species in a two-step process designed to distinguish DNA from cougars, coyotes, bobcats, and gray foxes (Bidlack et al.
clarridgeiae-like organism, has also been isolated from rural domestic dogs and gray foxes (Urocyon cinereoargenteus) from northern California (4,5).
Other carnivore species affected by CDV include gray foxes (Urocyon cinereoargenteus; Nicholson and Hill 1984) and coyotes (Canis latrans; Bekoff and Gese 2003).
Ri]) calculated for raccoons, ringtails, opossums, skunks, and gray foxes as the number of individuals encountered per kilometer on each survey route and averaged across all survey routes in the region as
During 1988-1994, a total of 283 gray foxes (Urocyon cinereoargenteus) and 241 other domestic and wild animals in west-central Texas were confirmed positive for a unique rabies variant typically found in gray foxes (17).
Preliminary analyses for gray foxes and skunks, for which we had adequate samples, did not reveal any effect of visual lures on rate of visitation; therefore, we pooled our data across type of lures for subsequent analyses.
Mountain lions, bobcats, gray foxes and possibly black bears could live on this property as well.