Foxes Meet the Skunk! (video)

I think I need to have my readers help me name my two friendly foxes. These two canines (one male and female) have been visiting our yard every evening about 40 minutes after sundown for the past ten days. I feel like I need to get on a first name basis with my friends.

Two nights ago, the fox couple met the skunk. They know who is the boss!

In addition, the Trumpeter Swans are now gone, but I captured these images just before the last open water disappeared … also two days ago.

5 thoughts on “Foxes Meet the Skunk! (video)

    1. I definitely love the name “Freida”. Here is its etymology … Frida (with variants Freda, Freedia, Frieda and Freida) is a feminine given name. In Scandinavian countries, it derives from the Old Norse name Fríða, meaning “beautiful, beloved”. In central and eastern Europe, Frida is a short form of compound names containing the Germanic element fried meaning “peace”.

      1. I have named the foxes which continue to pay us a visit every night after sundown. I loved Bonnie’s suggestion of Freida and contined the Norse theme … the foxes names are now Loki and Freida!

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