1. Red Fox
The pointed ears, slender muzzle, and slanted eyes, bushy and unusually long tail, coupled with its small size and orange-red coloration, make the red fox instantly recognizable to most observers. The tail is typically up to 70% of head and body length. The eyes of mature animals are yellow. The nose is dark brown or black. The pelt color of red foxes ranges from a pale yellowish red to deep reddish brown on the head, sides and back, and white, ashy or slate gray on the underside. The lower legs are usually black and the tail has a white tip. (info from NJ Division of Fish and Wildlife)
There is a spot on my drive to buying art supplies where the road comes to a T, this is where I have seen a red fox. You can understand why cartoonists have depicted them as being sly. They have a certain way of slinking with their head slightly lowered.
2. Owl site.
3. Wolf Lakota Wolf Preserve in Columbia, NJ is a popular destination for those interested in wolves.
4. Black Bear protocol for when you encounter a bear.
8. Porcupinehere.I have never seen one in the wild.
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