The foxes living on the American Camp prairie are able to hunt, and feed their kits this season much more peacefully this year. These two photos by Brad Pillow illustrate the difference from past years. This month the photographers are standing behind the railing instead of in the prairie as they did in past years. The change is due to the efforts of the volunteer Fox Brigade and new rules spelled out by the San Juan National Historical Park administration.
Photographers in the prairie in 2021.
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