Travels

Mid-Winter Wildlife at Duck

It's mid-winter on the Outer Banks. The holidays are gone, almost no one's renting houses, and most businesses are shuttered until late March. Very few occupied houses and no street lights mean dark nights. All of that adds up to the sort of quiet that makes the wildlife bolder. In December and January, the deer have returned and we had a visitor -- a gray fox. All of the information that I could find says that gray foxes on the beach are rare... but we had one nestled in the dune for a few days.

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It's figured out that I'm taking pictures, but kept eating, as I was on a deck and apparently predators don't attack from above.
It's figured out that I'm taking pictures, but kept eating, as I was on a deck and apparently predators don't attack from above.
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