Last week, we released four gray foxes into wild in an unidentified location in the Cascade Mountain range. Two of the foxes arrived in the spring, while the other two came to us later in June.
All four have demonstrated that they have what it takes to hunt, climb, and survive in the wild.
Gray foxes are unique in that they are more social than other foxes and will stay in family groups. We hope these boys will continue to learn from each other and thrive in their new world.
Check out our Facebook page for a video of their release.