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From Missouri Conservationist: Jun 2002

Gray Fox (Urocyon cinereoartgenteus)

image of Gray foxGray foxes are found throughout Missouri but are most common in heavily forested areas in the Ozarks. They hunt mostly at night for rabbits, rodents and other small mammals and rarely take farm animals. Unlike the red fox, the gray fox is an excellent tree climber.

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