What you looken at?

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  1. BroMiCs

    BroMiCs TPF Noob!

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    This was shot with my brothers's sony camera. Can't remember the model but it has a 200x zoom on it. It is one step below a dSLR.

    It wasn't very bright out and when you use a flash, you get green eye from these guys. So i took about 20 pix and this is the only one that wasn't blurry. They kept moving. I couldn't move too much cuz they would take off if you did.

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    tirediron Watch the Birdy! Staff Member Supporting Member

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    Nicely captured!
     
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    lol awesome expression.
     
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    Yea he was def staring me down..lol
     
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    I wanna pet it, it looks cute & fuzzy!
     
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    Ron Evers Been spending a lot of time on here!

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    They are such beautiful animals.

    We had a den of them here for a few years & one of our cats would play with the pups. We live in the country among farms & I am afraid the familiarity of the foxes with us may have led to their demise on the farms because they were so used to people here. Farmers would shoot them to protect their poultry.
     

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