Fox climbing a tree????

Discussion in 'Trail Cameras And Photos' started by CRNA, Jan 17, 2010.

  1. CRNA

    CRNA Well-Known Member

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    Just remembered this pic I got a couple years back. I had put some peanut butter on a tree in hopes to get some deer to stop by. The camera was on a pretty frequented deer trail. What I got amazed me more than the deer I would have gotten. He was sure motivated to get to that peanut butter!!!!

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  2. HUAINAMACHERO

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    Cool picture. Maybe the new tip for predator hunters is to apply a ton of peanut butter to their jackets to call them in:D:D:D
     

  3. CRNA

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    HaHa. No kidding!! I have several pictures of him up there. By looking at the time on the camera stamp he was up there a few minutes. Call me crazy, but I had no idea that a fox was even capable of hanging on like that!! Neatest trail cam pic I have to date.
     
  4. bigngreen

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    Common for grey fox to get into trees or climb up into buildings.
     
  5. Chas1

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    Cool pic. How high up in the tree was the fox?...looks like about 5-6 feet. Looks like he got some PB on his neck.
     
  6. CRNA

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    He was probably about 4-5ft. off of the ground.
     
  7. djackson

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    nice pic
     
  8. CRNA

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    Thanks!!! Definitely something you don't see every day. Merry Christmas.
     
  9. ICANHITHIMMAN

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    Good pic.

    Interesting fact Gray Fox and Red Fox are not in the same family as the Gray Fox had retractable claws and the red does not.
     
  10. CRNA

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    I heard that as well. I heard that a Grey was more like a feline and Red was more like a canine.
     
  11. royinidaho

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    Yep, they climb! Oh, a guy from PA was crossin' 'em and gettin' calines.:rolleyes::D
     
  12. ICANHITHIMMAN

    ICANHITHIMMAN Well-Known Member

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    Roy whats that mean?
     
  13. royinidaho

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    Not a durn thing. Just popped into my head. I think I thought of Ralph Kaline or something.

    Note: that I'm kind of goofy......:D

    Its been a looooonnnnnnggggg year.:D:D:rolleyes:
     
  14. ICANHITHIMMAN

    ICANHITHIMMAN Well-Known Member

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    Got it I'm the same way no worries. I thought it was something I didnt know about.