Gray Fox

The upper part of the gray fox's skin is gray mix with black. The gray fox owns reddish brown fur its neck and legs on the back of its ears. Ears are erect. Adult gray foxes weigh ten pounds and their length is about three and a half feet. Gray foxes breed between February and March. It is much more difficult to find a gray fox than a red fox. Three to five pups are born in may who are blind. The gray fox prefers to live in deciduous forest. Gray foxes may are easily trapped by simple hunting methods.