Mixedwood Plains endangered animal.
The grey fox is endangered in the mixedwood plains. It is not completely grey only the top parts of the fox are grey. The neck and belly are white and the cheeks, legs, and chest are orange. A grey fox eats a verity of things such as wheat, insects, plants, birds, eggs, and nuts but, mainly small mammals like rabbits. A grown fox can weight about 16 pounds and 12 to 16 inches in height. A baby grey fox weights a little over 100 grams. A grey fox has the same shape as a red fox except its legs and muzzle are shorter. Pollution is causing the habitats of the grey fox to become rarer and rarer. The grey fox is endangered because of man-made and natural threats. Horned owls eat young grey foxes as well as bobcats and coyotes. Men also hunt and kill grey foxes.