Monthly Archives: July 2011

Make your rubbish animal-friendly

Think before you throw away! This unfortunate fox was found caught up in a trap which was formed from nothing more than a rusty drinks can. Household waste can become deadly when it ends up on a rubbish tip where … Continue reading

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Foxes of Ireland – Co Leitrim

“I recently came across a family of young foxes and I brought my nephews to see such a wonderful occurrence of baby foxes in their natural habitat. There were five young baby foxes in healthy condition and we observed them, … Continue reading

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Foxes of Ireland – Co Tipperary

Two wild foxes in County Tipperary. Photos by Clodagh Blake. Foxes of Ireland

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Foxes of Ireland – Co Sligo

This photo of a running fox was taken on a hillside in Keash, Co Sligo. Photo by Peter Akokan “I was walking up a hill and I saw this fox sitting under a bush, looking around. I quietly hid behind … Continue reading

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Foxes of Ireland – Co Roscommon

Most of the Foxwatch Ireland foxwatching activities have taken place in Roscommon’s beautiful Lough Key country. Below is a selection of the images captured there. Photos by Peter Akokan and Philip Kiernan One of the fox cubs rescued by Peter … Continue reading

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Foxes of Ireland – Co Meath

This dramatic photo shows a fox which was rescued in County Meath by an Irish Council Against Blood Sports volunteer. The fox was transferred to an animal sanctuary in Carrick-on-Shannon and is pictured here prior to release back to the … Continue reading

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Foxes of Ireland – Co Mayo

These two beautiful 1-year-old foxes were rescued in Co Galway and successfully released back to the wild in Co Mayo. Prior to their release they were temporarily housed in a shed but in a joint-effort, the two foxes pawed at … Continue reading

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