Below are two photos of a fox that we saw yesterday in our back garden. Obviously for the "shooting forum" it is blasphemy that I don't intend to shoot it, but there's no wildlife forum here... Anyway, we were realised something was up because 4 crows were going mad and making a racket. Then this fox popped out of our woods appearing to be mostly ignoring the cries and swoops of the crows. It seems small? Would this be last year's pup? Is it too young to be out on its own? So would the mother be back there somewhere as well? We have some woods out back - as do all our neighbours on one side, then there's some partially cleared scubby land where they were going to build houses, then didn't. I'm assuming this is perfect for them. I've never seen a fox in that good condition - normally used to seeing mangy urban foxes, but I think this one is cracking. Take it that's also why the deer seem to have been staying away recently? We had 9 deer going across our lawn at 1900 every evening, but I know they've started fawning and perhaps the smell of fox is keeping them away? Anyway, it's here for general interest and if you know anything I'd love to know it as well!