Fox: arguably Britain’s most enigmatic yet recognisable wild animal. We see them trot across roads in our car headlights. We hear them barking at night. But do we really know the fox in our midst?
This book explores how the astonishing senses, intelligence and behaviour that helped foxes thrive in the ancient wildwood now support them in south-east England. Richly illustrated with examples from the many foxes that the author has rescued, photographed and studied over the last 25 years and thoroughly researched from scientific literature, the fox comes to life: communicating, socialising, feeding – and interacting with its human neighbours.