Description Portrait of young Fox Kit.The fox is a clever mammal that has large ears and a long, bushy tail. It lives in many different habitats, including forests, deserts, scrub, plains, grasslands, and Arctic snow. Many live in the area where forests meet farms. Foxes are found in Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia, and North and South America. A fox can live up to 13 years in captivity. Predators of the fox include the wolf and man. Foxes will double back on their own tracks in order to confuse their enemies. A male fox is called a reynard, the female is called a vixen, and the baby is called a kit. A group of foxes is called a skulk or a leash.
William Castner, Boulder Member Since June 2019 Artist Statement Fine art photographer based in Boulder, Colorado. I exhibit in several regional galleries and hang in hospitals, hotels, corporate offices and private collections. I work extensively with art consultants and interior designers nationwide. My photography has been published in magazines, newspapers, textbooks and as posters, calendars and note cards.