I was suprised to observe a fox use the run at 09.40 am.
No interactions present.
Why were you suprised?
I was suprised because the fox that sits in my drive and winds up my dog chooses 04.30 am.
Another fox I observed at a 21.40pm dusk.Another at pub closing time !
Urban foxes can be seen at any time of day I believe. It's only rural foxes that stick to more nocturnal hours.
Unlike badgers, foxes tend not to have specific routes, they follow the line of least resistance; most often runs made by badgers, rabbits etc. . . especially rabbits!
This is just the easiest way through the fence line I suspect.
Badgers on the other hand follow traditional routes and if a blockage appears they just barge through, under or over it. Only if this is impossible will they deviate to find another way round.
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