3700 Grey Fox Ln was built in 1989 and last sold for $245,000. 2917 E Grey Fox Ln , Ontario, CA 91761-5023 is currently not for sale. Similar to their habitat use, the diet of Grey Foxes is thought to be variable and is dependent on both season and geography (Cypher 2003). Therefore, suitable habitat for the Grey Fox also includes: Confirmed den features and the area within a 100 m radial distance around a denning feature may include any habitat type, and are identified as critical habitat wherever they are located (they do not need to occur in ELC polygons of suitable habitat). White or tan fur appears on the throat, face, chest, belly, hind legs and ears, with black tufts of hair on the top of the ears (Judge and Haviernick 2002; Aldridge 2008; Naughton 2012). Share Shortlist & Compare Send me Brochure; Beds 3; Baths 2; Listing on Site 198 Days; Area 1100-1500; $525,000. A taxon is Least Concern when it has been evaluated against the IUCN criteria and does not qualify for Critically Endangered, Endangered, Vulnerable or Near Threatened. 2015. Similar Listings. * The species is listed under SARA as the “Grey Fox”, but is commonly referred to as “Gray Fox” (COSSARO 2016). The reappearance of Grey Foxes in Canada is thought to be entirely due to natural immigration of Grey Foxes from the U.S. (Judge and Haviernick 2002). Knowledge gap: population size and demography; species distribution, Trapping; Disease; road mortality; knowledge gap: Pelee Island population viability, All life processes (Breeding, Denning, Foraging, Resting,  Movement). Suitable habitat is only described for Grey Foxes on Pelee Island at this time, as there is not enough information on how Grey Foxes are using habitat in other parts of Canada, including northwestern Ontario, to identify the appropriate biophysical attributes required by the species or their configuration at an appropriate scale. Grey Foxes disperse primarily in the fall (Lord 1961; Nicholson et al. Population data on the Grey Fox is lacking throughout its global range including Canada (Cypher 2003; Aldridge 2008). Habitat occupancy is based on observations of Grey Foxes (live or dead) including documented denning locations, camera trap survey data, trapping records, published reports and incidental observations accepted by the regional Conservation Data Center or similar organization or species expert. Where breeding is confirmed investigate suitable habitat use. This should allow for a natural increase in abundance and distribution of this sub-population, which is currently estimated at less than 50 mature individuals (COSEWIC 2015b). Email correspondence to J. Girard. Chapter 6. in Macdonald, D.W., and Sillero-Zubiri, C.  2004. The address is 193 Grey Fox Drive, Carp, Ontario, K0A 1L0, Canada University of Toronto Press: Toronto, Canada. Nearby restaurants include Subway Kitchener, Pita Pit and Subway. Prior to European contact, the Grey Fox is considered to have been “not an uncommon mammal” in southern Ontario, based on bones recovered from Indigenous settlements. Building Type: Residential. Dead captured animals must be reported to a wildlife protection officer and are automatically confiscated (Act respecting the conservation and development of wildlife) (Ministère des Forêts, de la Faune et des Parcs 2014). comm 2016). comm. 2014. The primary threats to the species or its habitat (including threats outside Canada) can be avoided or mitigated. The high number of trapped Grey Foxes reported is due to the legal obligation to report these incidental captures to authorities. RTL8. 2006. COSEWIC Assessment Process, Categories and Guidelines. Fuller, and R. List. The impact of disease and road mortality on the Grey Fox in Canada is unknown. While Grey Fox Trail has no homes presently for sale, the city of Mckellar has 9 homes for sale. Suitable habitat for Grey Foxes on Pelee Island can be described using the Ecological Land Classification (ELC) framework for Ontario (from Lee et al. The Zestimate for this house is $581,520, which has increased by $21,113 in the last 30 days. 2000; Farías et al. Grey Foxes are found from southern Canada to northern Venezuela and Colombia (NatureServe 2015; COSEWIC 2015b) (Figure 1). The last 2 digits represent the 1 x 1 km standardized UTM grid containing all or a portion of the critical habitat unit. Arctic Fox 9. Although there appears to be suitable habitat in this area, and Grey Foxes were recorded several times up to the late 1990s, there has only been one recent confirmed record in 2012, so the habitat occupancy criterion is not currently met. In these cases, the rate of recovery of the Canadian population, and the rate of achievement of population and distribution objectives, may reflect both these continental range changes and local response to the provision of suitable habitat and mitigation of key threats. Each threat is described below in decreasing order of level of impact. Nearby schools include Laurentian Public School, Laurentian Hills Christian School and Meadowlane Public School. Mesenbrink, T.A. In the majority of the Grey Foxes’ range in Canada, targeted trapping of Grey Fox is not permitted; in Ontario there has been a zero quota set on trapping licenses for Grey Foxes since 2000 (MacDonald pers. Geographically or otherwise distinct groups in the Canadian population between which there is little demographic or genetic exchange (COSEWIC 2015a). 2008). Firstly, in December 2011, a juvenile female was killed on a road near Sherbrooke (Dalpé-Charron pers. In Ontario a total of five dens have been documented, three in brush piles (Bachmann and Lintack 1982), one under a shed, and one under armour stone at the base of a dock (McFarlane pers. The most common color is deep red, often brown and almost black. NatureServe, Arlington, Virginia. 5 pp. There are less than ten records of road mortalities of Grey Foxes in Canada (representing approximately 7% of all records of Grey Foxes in Canada), but it is estimated that only about 25% of wildlife-vehicle mortalities are reported (Wildlife Collision Prevention Program 2016; D. Ghikas, pers. 1985). Unpublished Report by the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, Fort Frances, Ontario 5pp. Maintaining the Pelee Island sub-population is key to the survival of Grey Foxes in Canada, as it is the only sub-population with documented breeding, and is thought to contain a large proportion of the mature animals in the Canadian population (estimated as less than 60 mature individuals, COSEWIC 2015b). Ontario.ca needs JavaScript to function properly and provide you with a fast, stable experience. To work towards achieving the population and distribution objectives, six broad strategies for recovery have been established, and are outlined in Table 2. Ontario Partners in Flight. 2016), so the actual number of road mortalities is likely to be much higher. Its main properties, Stock and Black Fox, are positioned along the Provincial Highway 101, with the Stock property 36 kilometers east of the city of Timmins and the Black Fox property 9 kilometers east of the town of Matheson. While removal of a limited number of trees or shrubs may not be detrimental, clearing of most or all trees or shrubs will destroy critical habitat either permanently or temporarily (if trees are allowed to regrow). MS Thesis, University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point, Wisconsin. Ministère des Forêts, de la Faune et des Parcs, Direction générale de la gestion de la faune et des habitats. The Natural History of Canadian Mammals. The Gray Fox (Urocyon cinereoargenteus) is a medium sized mammal in the dog family and is found from southern Canada to northern Venezuela and Colombia. Root, D.A. Unknown. The Black Fox Mine is in production and the Grey Fox Mine, located four kilometres from Black Fox is in development. Content (excluding the illustrations) may be used without permission, with appropriate credit to the source. Adoption of the Recovery Strategy for Grey Fox (Urocyon cinereoargenteus) in Canada (Environment Canada 2018). This 3-bedroom cottage has lots of space for children to play, and the sandy beach and shallow entry into the lake add to its appeal. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 36(4):744-751. 2009. Honeycutt, and J.J. Root. In a July 25 news release, the company said the indicated resource estimate has increased by 102,000 ounces of gold (22 per cent), while the inferred resource estimate has increased by 567,000 (35 per cent). Activities leading to deforestation or forest alteration (i.e. Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies. Nature 400: 563-566. They feed opportunistically depending on food availability, and are considered the most omnivorousFootnote 14  of all North American canids (COSEWIC 2015b). Therefore, these populations are likely to provide a continuing source of individuals adapted to a climate similar to the Canadian range (Judge and Haviernick 2002; COSEWIC 2015b). COSEWIC. Hoary Bat Lasiurus cinereus. Web site: http://media.wix.com/ugd/eedf40_482111dc5234401fbd06fffa42cdf179.pdf [accessed May 2016]. Sign up for the latest news, offers and styles. The Billy Strings Band with Molly Tuttle perform "Little Maggie" at Grey Fox Bluegrass Festival 2018 in Oak Hill, NY. Grey Foxes are present in all states that border Ontario, Quebec and New Brunswick, and in recent years the range of the Grey Fox has been expanding northward in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Maine (McAlpine et al. While this increase is partly due to increased reporting rates, it nevertheless suggests that road mortality pressure is likely to be increasing. The closest grocery stores are Sobeys Fischer Hallman, FreshCo and M&M Food Market. [accessed August 2015]. 2003. comm. Status re-examined and designated Threatened in May 2002 and November 2015. 2pp. Road mortality of Grey Foxes has been reported in both the U.S. (e.g. Trapping in Quebec 2014-2016. 2008). Other areas nearby are Green Meadows, Carp Village and Carp Village. viii + 1150 pp. Temple et al. This home was built in 1989 and last sold on 7/31/2017 for $430,000. A schedule of studies has been developed to confirm habitat occupancy in the southern portion of Pelee Island where Grey Foxes have been infrequently observed in the last ten years and occupancy criteria are not currently met and to gather information needed to identify critical habitat in other regions. Farías, V., T.K. S2: Imperilled: At high risk of extirpation in the jurisdiction due to restricted range, few populations or occurrences, steep declines, severe threats, or other factors. and humaneness (risk of injury for live traps, speed of death for killing traps) (Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 2006; Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies 2014; Fournier et al. In Ontario, the Gray Fox is listed as Threatened under the Ontario Endangered Species Act , 2007. Hunting and trapping is the leading cause of human induced mortality in Grey Foxes in the U.S. (Cypher 2003; COSEWIC 2015b), and the number of Grey Foxes harvested has been very high in some regions. August 2015. Grey Fox Properties, LLC is a California Domestic Limited-Liability Company filed on June 25, 2010. Conduct basic population size, habitat use and (where possible) demographic studies in northwestern Ontario to confirm evidence of breeding, baseline population size, demographics and habitat use. November 2015. Alabama (S5), Arizona (S5), Arkansas (S5), California (SNR), Colorado (S4), Connecticut (S5), Delaware (S5), District of Columbia (S3), Florida (SNR), Georgia (S5), Illinois (S5), Indiana (S4), Iowa (S3), Kansas (S3), Kentucky (S4), Louisiana (S4S5), Maine (S5), Maryland (S5), Massachusetts (S5), Michigan (S4), Minnesota (SNR), Mississippi (S5), Missouri (S4), Navajo Nation (S5), Nebraska (S4), Nevada (S5), New Hampshire (S4S5), New Jersey (S5), New Mexico (S5), New York (S5), North Carolina (S5), North Dakota (SU), Ohio (SNR), Oklahoma (S4), Oregon (S4), Pennsylvania (S5), Rhode Island (S5), South Carolina (SNR), South Dakota (S5), Tennessee (S5), Texas (S5), Utah (S3S4), Vermont (S5), Virginia (S5), West Virginia (S5), Wisconsin (S4S5), Wyoming (S2), maintain the sub-population on Pelee Island, maintain the northwestern Ontario sub-population and support natural increase of abundance and distribution in this region, maintain the current distribution of the Grey Fox in Canada, and support natural establishment and expansion of any newly identified or newly established sub‑populations of the Grey Fox in Canada, Develop and implement a communications strategy aimed at eliciting observations in areas of historic and recent Grey Fox records. Follmann, E.H. 1978. 2015. The Zestimate for this house is $593,390, which has increased by $14,774 in the last 30 days. In addition, due to its secretive and nocturnal behaviour, Grey Foxes are not regularly encountered by the public, and so a large proportion of the records of Grey Foxes in Canada are from trappers. The . The movement, distribution, and quality of water. (2013) monitored Grey Foxes with motion cameras on Pelee Island in 2012 and 2013. The impact of each threat is based on Severity and Scope rating and considers only present and future threats. In Quebec, the Gray Fox is considered an occasional resident and is not ranked or listed. This recolonization will rely on continued connectivity with U.S. populations, which may require long-term, landscape level land use planning, and forest conservation and stewardship to maintain connections with the U.S. population. Conservation Science Manager, Ontario Region, Nature Conservancy of Canada. PlosOne 8: e68025. pp.37-111. It is difficult to fully evaluate the impact of incidental trapping on Grey Fox populations in Canada, due to lack of good data on population sizes and trends. Van den Broeck, J. NatureServe Conservation Status Assessments: Factors for Evaluating Species and Ecosystem Risk. The home range of an unmated male Grey Fox radio-tracked in Ontario varied from 210 ha in March-November to 1570 ha January-February (Bachmann and Lintack 1982). The Grey Fox is a medium sized mammal in the dog family, with an average total length of 82.5 to 113.0 cm (Naughton 2012). Journal of Wildlife Management 63: 1066-1081. However, in winter 2015-2016, a female Grey Fox was incidentally captured in the Lanaudiere region of Quebec (Dalpé-Charron pers. SCSS Field Guide FG-02. 2013). Updated Assessment Report. In the winter, rabbits and other small mammals dominate the diet, whereas in the summer, insects (especially OrthopteraFootnote 15) are most important (Fritzell and Haroldson 1982). 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