Fates of Red Foxes Released into Southeastern Oklahoma

In 1981, the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation provided 8 red foxes (Vulpes vulpes) to the LeFlore County Fox and Wolf Hunter's Association for experimental stocking. On 1 September 1981, 4 wild foxes and 4 pen-reared foxes were released into LeFlore County, Oklahoma. Six of the foxes were equipped with radio-transmitters. By the end of the study, 2 November 1981, 5 of the 6 radio equipped foxes had died. The radio-transmitter of the sixth fox failed, and the fate of this fox is unknown.

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