Both the photographer and the wild creature have developed a bond that enabled the photographer to capture stunning photographs of the animal in its natural habitat.
Cross foxes are a commonly observed species in northern North America and Canada, where they are prevalent. These beautiful creatures have an orange coat with dark stripes that fade on their back and across their shoulders. They comprise approximately 30% of the Canadian red fox population and remain a sight to behold.
“Our initial encounter was calculated; I was focused on not disturbing the wild animal while attempting to assure it that I was not a threat,” said the photographer.
“The fox was unsure of my presence, taking two steps back for every cautious step forward. Our first meeting was short-lived, as the fox escaped by the time I had set up my camera and made eye contact.”
Here is an unusual video of a “fire fox” in Canada.