Snow Diving Fox When the fox strikes, he strikes with style. ' A red fox listens out for mice scurrying six feet beneath the snow before diving head first into the drift. I don't know why, but I've seen this over and over, and it still cracks me up!
i'm trying to set the record straight. This is not a baby crow, it is most likely some sort of water rail chick. I know what baby crows look like and they are very ugly. (I just pinned a baby crow/raven picture so people know what they look like.
Not an uncommon sight when you visit Yellowstone in the winter months. The fox and coyote will listen for a mouse or vole below the snow . and then dive down to catch their dinner. My dog does this too:)
THE Scarlet Ibis inhabits tropical South America and islands of the Caribbean. In form it resembles most of the other twenty-seven extant species of ibis, but its remarkably brilliant scarlet coloration makes it unmistakable.