While out searching for wildlife on a cold winter's day in the northern park of Prince Albert NP, I came across this fluffy female red fox.
This fox is extraordinaire since she is blind in one eye. During spring, she is occasionally spotted with 2 or 3 fox kits. Her ability to stay alive with only one eye is truly amazing. Her hunting skills surpass those of any other fox. A close eye is kept on her by the national wardens, finding no reason to put her into captivity, since they also see her yearlies off spring's rate of survival.
Here she is intently hunting, keeping her eye on some rodent not visible to my eye. I waited for sometime for her to jump into action, then decided to photograph her in this position, since it shows her ability to concentrate.
I was shooting from a distance, so she was completely unaware that I was there.
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