Jeff Wendorff's photography portfolio of Cross Fox from the family Felidae - Vulpes


The Cross Fox is a partially melanistic color variant of the Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes) which has a long dark stripe running down its back, intersecting another stripe to form a cross over the shoulders. It tends to be more abundant in northern regions, and is rarer than the common red form, but is more common than the even darker Silver Fox.


We regularly are able to photograph this cool variation of the fox during my wildlife photography workshops. You can learn more about my workshops online at www.wildlifeworkshops.com.
Pair of Crossfox in WinterFox on the RunHigh-Tailing! - CrossfoxCrossfox in WinterCrossfox hunting in the Utah desertCrossfox in the red rocks of UtahCrossfox eating a mouseCrossfox with prey in the Utah desertCross Fox, Vulpes vulpesCross Fox, Vulpes vulpesCross Fox, Vulpes vulpesCross Fox, Vulpes vulpesCross Fox, Vulpes vulpesCross Fox, Vulpes vulpesCross Fox, Vulpes vulpesCross Fox, Vulpes vulpes