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Swift Fox

General Fox Information    General Household Pest Control    Animals and Pests    Humane Live Animal Traps 
Red Fox    Gray Fox    Kit Fox    Swift Fox    Island Fox 

Found in western grasslands of Colorado, New Mexico and Texas, the swift fox is also found in Saskatchewan and Alberta in Canada.  Commonly mistaken as the kit fox, the swift fox is smaller and has a narrower snout.  They heavily depend on their dens throughout the year and are a serious predator of coyotes.  They eat rabbits, mice, ground squirrels, birds, lizards, grasses and fruit as well as beetles, grasshoppers and sometimes dead deer.
Swift Fox live in pairs and have the same mate most of their life.  The swift fox occupies thirteen dens per year moving around a lot because prey is scarce and because of skin parasites that build up in their dens.  The female swift fox maintain the territories, but males emigrate if the resident female is killed or removed.
The swift fox is on the endangered species list.
Swift Fox

Credits: Our thanks to Lani Powell, who researched and wrote our fox articles!

General Fox Information    General Household Pest Control    Animals and Pests    Humane Live Animal Traps 

Red Fox    Gray Fox    Kit Fox    Island Fox     Swift Fox