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Wierd night last night. We mostly saw pairs of two fox together sitting right next to their dens. Very little interest in calls. This was consistent throughout the vast majority of stands. Never saw this to such an extent...it was amazing. Kind of like after the chasing phase of the rut when the deer pair off to mate and just lock up in a spot.
 

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A buddy of mine and me once spotted a mating pair of reds. We watched them for at least an hour and then left. We were struck by the females persistance and repative drive and at one point it looked like the male was going to collapse. What a way to go!
 

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must be a pretty good woodsman to get that close that you could tell they were "sitting right next to their dens".
 
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No...pretty easy actually. When the are at a spot in a field and vanish without running away. Then you walk to the spot to see how that could happen and presto...there is a big fox den. Pretty simple actually.
 
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