Urban red foxes on Prince Edward Island: REPORT YOUR SIGHTINGS

PEI Urban Fox ProjectWe need your help in conducting a study of the ecology and behaviour of urban foxes on Prince Edward Island. We need data about the distribution, abundance, movement, and habitat of island foxes. The best source of this data is you. 

This UPEI-PEI Fish & Wildlife Division research PROJECT DEPENDS ON PUBLIC PARTICIPATION. If you see a red fox in an urban or rural area, participate in this project by reporting your sighting on this website. Please feel free to elaborate with the details of your sighting. The more you can tell us, the more valuable your contribution.

To view reported urban red fox sightings to date, please visit our map.

Create a Report

Please record all available details of your red fox sighting using the map and form below.

Format: 22/10/2014
Format: 23:15
Please enter the date and time when you saw the animal(s)
Please indicate how many animals you saw.
If more than 4, how many animals did you see?
Please indicate the age of the first animal.
Please indicate the color of the first animal.
Please indicate the age of the second animal.
Please indicate the color of the second animal.
Please indicate the age of the third animal.
Please indicate the color of the third animal.
If you saw four or more animals, please indicate the number and general ages of the additional animals.
If you saw four or more animals, please indicate the colours of the additional animals.
Location
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Please select the option that best describes the weather conditions at the time you saw the animal(s)
Briefly describe the weather conditions.
How often do you see the animal(s)?
Please enter your own frequency.
Please indicate what the animal(s) was doing (walking, being fed, etc).
Do you know of any fox dens in the area? Please describe the den and location. If the den is on your property, please contact upeiredfox@gmail.com or include your email address in the form so that we can contact you so we can arrange permission to examine the den.
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Please describe any interesting or unusual behavior you have observed or experienced with red foxes on PEI
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