Since I've never blogged about this project, there's quite a lot to catch up, so I'm gonna make a first summary with all (or a good part of) the content I've captured so far.

Let's start by videos: here's a youtube playlist with all the videos captured so far

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The playlist is ordered starting from the most recent going backwards in time, so the first videos are actually the last.

In addition to the equipment described in the previous post I occasionally am also able to take zoomed pictures with my DSLR cameras, a Canon EOS 700D at first, an EOS 80D more recently, and a Sigma 150-600 zoom lens.

These are the best albums so far

First encounter

A few pictures taken before I started feeding them (back in January 2018), with an old telelens. The quality is pretty bad, actually, but I put it here anyway, as it's a nice memory.

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First Encounter (02/01/2019)

Odin, the red fox

We didn't know she was a female initially (hence the name). She's a bit older than the other female shown in later pictures, and she hasn't shown up lately, hopefully just because she moved, or because she's pregnant.

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Odin, the red fox - 07/2018
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Odin, 03/09/2018
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Odin, 14/09/2018

Spelacchio and the snow

The only male fox visiting us (at the moment). The name is a joke about the bad fur on his tail in the most recent pictures.

He's easly recogniseable because of his bigger size, and the tail being all black.

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Fox and the snow - 01/02/2019

Biscotta & Spelacchio

The first pictures show Spelacchio, with his all black tail with some bad fur patches on it.

The white pointed tail fox is Biscotta, a little and lively female.

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Biscotta and Spelacchio - 02/04/2019
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