Daily Postcard: Gray Fox Visits Pajarito Acres Home

A gray fox stops by a residence to sip water Friday in Pajarito Acres in White Rock. Gray foxes may be distinguished from coyotes not only by their smaller size (5-12 pounds), but by a distinct black stripe down the top of the tail. They are quiet, nocturnal and solitary for most of the year. Photo by Richard Henderson


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