Gray Fox

Scientific: Urocyon cinereoargenteus
Spanish: Zorro gris
Awaswas: Yuréh

Diet: Rodents, rabbits, birds, fruit
Habitat: Rocky, wooded, and brushy regions as well as suburban habitats
Status: Least Concern

While gray foxes are common throughout North America, deforestation and urban development have lead to increased competition from red foxes. The grey fox is the only member of the canine family that can climb trees, and they are also known to double back on their own tracks to confuse predators.