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Woodburning & oil of red fox hunting in the light snow.

Silent Stalker
The red fox's resourcefulness has earned it a legendary reputation for intelligence and cunning. Red foxes are not always red. They can be black, red or brown. Red foxes are born in the early spring and weaned in one month or more. They prey mainly on small mammals and birds.
In the 1800's bounty laws applied to animals considered dangerous to livestock. Bounty laws were insisted upon by livestock and agricultural lobbies and hunters received $1.00 for each fox scalp. The quail hunter would shoot every hawk, wolf or fox that blundered within the range of his gun. In 1915, one man claimed to have killed 102 goshawks, trapped 347 weasels and foxes. During World War II, poisons were developed to kill the "varmints." But after World War II, attitudes began to change with the development of television. Walt Disney Studios began releasing nature films showing predators in their natural state. These films gave the American public a new insight into the characteristics of these wild animals.
In the 1970's, conservation groups lobbied to repeal bounties for predator control.

12" x 18"
Signed & numbered -- Limited edition of 250

Red Fox - Silent Stalker - Limited Edition Original Archival Print, Fine Art Print, Animal Print, Red Fox Artwork, Nature Woodburning

US$40.00
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  • Materials: wood, paper, 2 dimensional, for framing, oil paint, pyrography, picture
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