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    [Urban Fox Project] by Photographer Ian Wade


    [I have been photographing this group of urban foxes in Bristol for over 12 months; what started off as a chance encounter has become an obsession for me and has changed my feelings and attitudes towards urban foxes forever. Over this 12 month period, I have talked on BBC Radio Bristol twice,worked with Spring Watch TV show and published my first book title Bristol Safari - In Search of City's Urban Wildlife and have met people who generally care about these animals, together with people who hate them with a passion. I have even been threatened in the street for photographing these animals, which shows feelings towards are mixed at the best of times. I couldn't help but become attached to these beautiful animals which I have now watched for hundreds of hours]. – Ian Wade. (Photos by Ian Wade)


    Urban Fox Project by Photographer Ian Wade




    Urban Fox Project by Photographer Ian Wade




    Urban Fox Project by Photographer Ian Wade




    Urban Fox Project by Photographer Ian Wade




    Urban Fox Project by Photographer Ian Wade




    Urban Fox Project by Photographer Ian Wade




    Urban Fox Project by Photographer Ian Wade




    Urban Fox Project by Photographer Ian Wade




    Urban Fox Project by Photographer Ian Wade




    Urban Fox Project by Photographer Ian Wade




    Urban Fox Project by Photographer Ian Wade


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[Urban Fox Project] by Photographer Ian Wade


[I have been photographing this group of urban foxes in Bristol for over 12 months; what started off as a chance encounter has become an obsession for me and has changed my feelings and attitudes towards urban foxes forever. Over this 12 month period, I have talked on BBC Radio Bristol twice,worked with Spring Watch TV show and published my first book title Bristol Safari - In Search of City's Urban Wildlife and have met people who generally care about these animals, together with people who hate them with a passion. I have even been threatened in the street for photographing these animals, which shows feelings towards are mixed at the best of times. I couldn't help but become attached to these beautiful animals which I have now watched for hundreds of hours]. – Ian Wade. (Photos by Ian Wade)


Urban Fox Project by Photographer Ian Wade




Urban Fox Project by Photographer Ian Wade




Urban Fox Project by Photographer Ian Wade




Urban Fox Project by Photographer Ian Wade




Urban Fox Project by Photographer Ian Wade




Urban Fox Project by Photographer Ian Wade




Urban Fox Project by Photographer Ian Wade




Urban Fox Project by Photographer Ian Wade




Urban Fox Project by Photographer Ian Wade




Urban Fox Project by Photographer Ian Wade




Urban Fox Project by Photographer Ian Wade


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