All foxes have basically the same eating habits, they all eat small invertebrates that live in the area in which the foxes make their home are at that time. They are also known to eat insects and fruit. Most foxes are considered solitary hunters since cooperative hunting for small animals is not advantageous. Some fox are paired off with their offspring, however some fox have male have been known to have up to 3 -6 females and their offspring. Fox in snowy regions are known to switch to a pure white coat during winter months. During summer months they are a reddish brown and the transition can be a greyish blue color. Foxes can range in size from desert foxes weighing only 1-3 pounds to Arctic foxes which can weigh 6-11 pounds.
The Eagle Logo shown above left is not only our national bird it is the symbol of our nation. The eagle soars over it's world and looks down on the world from far above. The eagle can watch the world far below, however, the eagle cannot influence the environment over which it tries to survive. We as people have an impact on all things around us, the land, the sea and in the air. The eagle with be able to observe and experience first hand whether we choose to take care of our world and it's animals or continue in our current path that will seriously jepordize the future of this beautiful world for all animals, our children and our children's children. Take it upon yourself to do your part for the world it's animals. Work to make your part the world a better place. Leave your part of the world better than you found it, improve it environmentally. Do this for all in the future and you will be be giving the world the greatest gift of all, a beautiful future. The eagle is watching.