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*  A complete N00bz first try at world-building... - Page 17
Also, don't foxes eat berries and such?. I've found some cool stuff in some of the splats, Frostburn has Giant Ravens which ... Also, don't foxes eat berries and such?. I've found some cool stuff in some of the splats, Frostburn has Giant Ravens which ... Huh, foxes and wolves do eat berries. So that messes the symetry up. Maybe decide them into predator and prey, but then you run ... This is not considered taboo by most Foxes, but others may see it distasteful or shameful. Wow, that's far more words than I ...
  http://www.giantitp.com/forums/showthread.php?193582-A-complete-N00bz-first-try-at-world-building/page17
*  Mammals - Lake Meredith National Recreation Area (U.S. National Park Service)
Although they are canines and often hunt for smaller mammals, studies have shown that foxes often prefer berries. Foxes are ... Red foxes are abundant all over North America and thrive in open grasslands where they can find adequate cover for denning ... They are often nocturnal, foraging for any food they can find, from grasses and berries to insects and rodents - even trash we ...
  https://www.nps.gov/lamr/learn/nature/mammals.htm
*  Do foxes eat rabbits? | Reference.com
In the food chain, rabbits are primary consumers that are herbivores, and foxes are secondary consumers. Secondary consumers ... Besides rabbits, foxes can eat berries, fruits, birds, insects, rodents and many other small mammals. ... Where do foxes live?. A: Foxes live in burrowed dens that they build underground; in warmer weather, foxes live in hollow areas ... How do red foxes protect themselves?. A: To protect themselves from predators, red foxes build burrows and dens in grasslands. ...
  https://www.reference.com/pets-animals/foxes-eat-rabbits-fbf88f0e919da87
*  Plant Name
Juniper "berries," or berry-cones, are eaten by jackrabbits, foxes, and coyotes. Many bird species depend on juniper berry- ... These berries mature in 2 years and when mature are red or reddish-brown and covered with a whitish bloom. Both male and female ... Flowers/Inflorescence: A small, up to 1/3 inch diameter, berry-like, globe-shaped female cone with poorly defined cone scales. ...
  http://extension.usu.edu/rangeplants/shrubs-and-trees/JuniperUtah
*  Fox Trapping and Fox Removal
Foxes forage on berries, nuts, acorns, and corn but damage to landscape plants is uncommon. Foxes may cause significant damage ... Their numbers are not impacted by foxs to the same degree as red foxes, as gray foxes spend more time in wooded areas. Foxes ... Gray foxes can climb trees. Foxes are opportunist feeders that eat rabbits, mice, birds, eggs, insects, and fruits. Foxes ... with intimidate and kill foxes. Numbers of red foxes has decreased as the as the range of foxs has expanded. Gray foxes occupy ...
  http://verminators.com/fox.html
*  What do arctic foxes eat? | Reference.com
The foxes, however, have strange eating habits. Even though they are carnivores, they eat almost anything necessary to... ... Lemmings are the favorite food of arctic foxes. ... small birds and even berries. In some instances, the arctic fox ... Lemmings are the favorite food of arctic foxes. The foxes, however, have strange eating habits. Even though they are carnivores ... The foxes have also been known to follow polar bears. After the bear has killed a seal and eaten its fill, the fox takes ...
  https://www.reference.com/pets-animals/arctic-foxes-eat-65f5bdbbc482d9cb
*  Mind the GAPS - GAPS diet review
Bad idea. There can be parasites on berries, transmitted through the urine of foxes and birds that can cause worms in the heart ... Claim 40: Some types of berries should be eaten from the bush to the mouth. ... Much better to wash berries first. Not even washing eliminates all risk. ...
  http://owndoc.com/diet/gaps-diet-review/
*  Echinococcosis (Alveolar Hydatid Disease)
How does infection occur in foxes, coyotes, dogs, and other cats?. Wild foxes, coyotes, and cats get infected when they eat ... This might include grass, herbs, greens, or berries gathered from fields. *By petting or handling household cats and dogs ... Prevalence among wild foxes and coyotes is high, and may reach over 50% in some areas; however, even in these areas, ... Coyotes, foxes, dogs, and cats are not harmed by the tapeworm and do not have symptoms of AE. ...
  http://www.medic8.com/infectious-diseases/echinococcosis.htm
*  Pale Fox, Vulpes pallida - Redorbit
Their diet consists of berries, plants, small rodents, insects, and reptiles. Retaining water from their food, the foxes can go ... During the day, these foxes will rest in the cool of their burrows, and will emerge around dusk to forage for food. ...
  http://www.redorbit.com/reference/pale-fox-vulpes-pallida/
*  Arctic fox - Wikipedia
It also eats carrion, berries, seaweed, and insects and other small invertebrates. Arctic foxes form monogamous pairs during ... Red foxes dominate where their ranges begin to overlap by killing Arctic foxes and their kits.[27] An alternate explanation of ... They also consume berries and seaweed, so they may be considered omnivores.[14] This fox is a significant bird-egg predator, ... Arctic foxes generally eat any small animal they can find, including lemmings, voles, other rodents, hares, birds, eggs, fish, ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arctic_Fox
*  Vaccinium angustifolium - Wikipedia
It is also a favorite of recreational berry pickers, black bears, coyotes, racoons, foxes, porcupines, whitetail deer and birds ... The fruit is a small sweet dark blue to black berry, full of antioxidants and flavonoids. This plant grows best in wooded areas ... They contain no fat, sodium or cholesterol and are only 80 calories per cup of berries. Recent studies have shown that the ... The wild low bush blueberry is also the Nova Scotian Provincial Berry. Nova Scotia's provincial production has hit over 60 ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vaccinium_angustifolium
*  Extremely rare silver fox caught in England | Fox News
... silver foxes have an omnivorous diet and will eat everything from rodents and rabbits to berries and plants, Wild Atlas adds. ... Silver foxes are genetically the same as red foxes, according to World Atlas. The difference lies simply in the fur color, ... Silver foxes have been found across North America and Europe and range all the way to Asia and Even Australia, Wild Atlas adds. ...
  https://www.foxnews.com/science/extremely-rare-silver-fox-caught-in-england
*  Foxes, Snakes and Men: Woman in the Wild | HuffPost
... the other agonizingly dying from eating poison berries. ... Foxes, Snakes and Men: Woman in the Wild. 01/15/2015 04:51 pm ...
  https://www.huffingtonpost.com/catherine-armsden/foxes-snakes-and-men-woma_b_6481588.html
*  What to drink at ACL: Will you have an Arcade Fire, a Foster the Pe... - CultureMap Austin
garnish with 2 floating blue berries. Fleet Foxes. • 1 1/2 oz Vincent Van Gogh Double Espresso Vodka. • 1/2 oz cointreau. • ...
  http://austin.culturemap.com/news/restaurants-bars/09-14-11-16-07-what-are-you-drinking-at-acl/
*  Ecology of a Fox - Fox - Save Me Trust
Despite being voted the third most popular British mammal in a recent BBC Wildlife survey, foxes still face widespread ... Foxes are omnivores and will eat pretty much anything - from rabbits, field voles and berries, to earthworms, insects, and ... Although captive foxes can live for up to 14 years, similar to domestic dogs, wild foxes rarely live more than a few years. ... Breeding foxes hold territories year-round. By marking their territory boundaries with urine and faeces, foxes learn the smells ...
  http://save-me.org.uk/fox/ecology-of-a-fox
*  Mesocarnivores and macroparasites: altitude and land use predict the ticks occurring on red foxes (Vulpes vulpes) | Parasites &...
Foxes from lower altitudes had the most tick species associated, with most incidences of co-parasitism also recorded here. Land ... As foxes are frontrunners of wildlife urbanization process, with a continuous increase of their numbers in urban areas, the ... The dead foxes (collected primarily through the National Surveillance Rabies Program) were examined carefully for the presence ... Ticks (n = 4578) were found on 158 foxes (out of 293 examined; 53.9%). Four species were identified: Dermacentor marginatus, ...
  https://parasitesandvectors.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s13071-017-2113-9
*  Juniper - New World Encyclopedia
Juniper berries and seeds are eaten by a wide variety of birds and mammals, including raccoons, gray foxes, coyotes, rabbits, ... A juniper berry is the female seed cone produced by the various species of junipers. It is not a true berry but a cone with ... The berries imported into Egypt may have come from Greece; the Greeks record using juniper berries as a medicine long before ... dark berries are usually but not exclusively used in cuisine, while gin is flavored with fully grown but immature green berries ...
  http://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Juniper
*  Fox - Simple English Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
... and even fruit and berries. Sometimes they eat carrion.[1] Foxes are the smallest members of the dog family Canidae. ... A strong argument against killing foxes".[5]. True foxes[change , change source]. The informal term 'true fox' refers to ... Foxes are swift and agile runners which live in family groups. A female fox is called a vixen, and the male is called a dog. ... Foxes' tails are multi-purpose organs. Their bushy tail helps them keep warm while they are sleeping in cold weather.[2] It is ...
  https://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fox
*  Edible Wild Plants: Mountain Cranberry (Vaccinium Vitis-Idaea)
The berries are an important food for bears and foxes, and many fruit-eating birds. Caterpillars of the Coleophoridae case- ... In Poland, the berries are often mixed with pears to create a sauce served with poultry or game. The berries can also be used ... A bright to dark red, globular berry approximately 1/4″ to 1/2″ in diameter. The four-celled berries are acidic to sour or ... The berry is believed to be the flavor of the popular Swedish-American candy Swedish Fish. The exact flavor of the candy is ...
  http://blog.emergencyoutdoors.com/edible-wild-plants-mountain-cranberry-vaccinium-vitis-idaea/
*  Bounty of nuts, berries fattening Vermont, New Hampshire critters - Portland Press Herald
... foxes, coyotes and bobcat, not to mention pine martens, mink and fisher. ... Bounty of nuts, berries fattening Vermont, New Hampshire critters. Food sources are plentiful in part because of the wet summer ... The volume of nuts and berries in the woods this fall is so great in some areas that birds are staying away from backyard ... Back in northern New England, the small animals feasting on the nuts and berries are also providing themselves as food for the ...
  https://www.pressherald.com/2017/11/22/abundance-of-acorns-nuts-keeping-new-englands-bears-birds-squirrels-happy/
*  Ngaro people - Wikipedia
Their diet consisted of sea turtles, flying foxes, fowls, wild cherries, Burdekin plum, damson berries, trochus shells, baler ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ngaro_people
*  Vaccinium vitis-idaea - Wikipedia
The berries are an important food for bears and foxes, and many fruit-eating birds. Caterpillars of the case-bearer moths ... Alaska natives mix the berries with rose hip pulp and sugar to make jam, cook the berries as a sauce, and store the berries for ... and use the berries to make jams and jellies. The Inupiat use the berries to make two different desserts, one where the berries ... In Poland, the berries are often mixed with pears to create a sauce served with poultry or game. The berries can also be used ...
  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vaccinium_vitis-idaea
*  Going Solo - Audiobook | Audible.com
He kept notes about the habits of moles and foxes, the colour and song of birds and the different flowers, plants and berries ...
  https://www.audible.com/pd/History/Going-Solo-Audiobook/B00F8KIM5C
*  Foxes | Wildlife & Habitats | Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust
They have a reputation for taking poultry, but more often eat such undesirables as rats and slugs, along with fruit, berries, ... Cars are the primary cause of casualties; killing foxes feeding on carrion and foxes on the move. Foxes who are injured often ... See also Foxes and Urban Foxes by S. Harris, published by Anthony Nelson.. And Running with the Fox by D. MacDonald, published ... Most diseases that affect foxes are not transmittable to humans, or their pets, and if rabies is introduced foxes will be no ...
  http://www.nottinghamshirewildlife.org/wildlife-habitats/local-wildlife/foxes