Fox kits meet the world

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We have an active fox den in the woods only about 50m from our house. For years the foxes have had their litter of kits there, stayed for a month or so and then the little ones move on. Usually one or two will make pretty regular returns during the year. This year there was a litter of 6 kits. This is one of their first 'explore the world' moments.

My apologies - the 1st 26 seconds are dead air, my bad editing.

Fox and Kits
 

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Look like the loner kit found something under the rock, bug or lizard?
 

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Nice capture.

Are you using a trail cam or something else?
EmpireTech IPC-T5442T-ZE Black 4MP IR Vari-Focal Eyeball Starlight Network Camera
It's mounted on a tree on top of the opposite bank of the 'dry water course'. I have several separate IR devices there for nighttime illumination
 

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EmpireTech IPC-T5442T-ZE Black 4MP IR Vari-Focal Eyeball Starlight Network Camera
It's mounted on a tree on top of the opposite bank of the 'dry water course'. I have several separate IR devices there for nighttime illumination

I was wondering! Obviously the quality is really good, but I wasn't sure if you would have gone to all the trouble of mounting a "real" camera like that. I guess the answer is "Yes, you went to the trouble of installing a real camera!"
 
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