We have the red fox here in Texas. In my entire hunting lifetime, I'm 63 so lets call it 50yrs, I have seen one single red fox, two yearlings and a female with three cubs. We also have a smaller grey fox, of which I've seen ten or so while hunting. They, along with our racoon, are fairly common while calling at night. We also have the coyote, which are fairly common. I've shot 10-15 and probably seen 2-3 times that many, but have not had a shot at or chosen not to shoot for fear of scaring away game.
I'm sorry if that was too much info!
My question is: do you all regularly see foxes? I wonder why you have so many more than we do.? Obviously you have more, I wonder why? Is it your top predator? Do you have grey or any other foxes? (I know that you have reports of 'black cats,' but let's not go there!) capt david