Vulpes macrotis, Kit Fox possible reduced food source due to campus closures.

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The Kit Fox is a mystery to many experienced PhD’s who has argued their struggle for survival and championed their inclusion in the list of endangered species. Species such as the Kit Fox, Vulpes macrotis, have been on the losing end when it comes to habitat to roam.

Our need for petroleum among the U. S. and countries around the globe, dictates much as to whom the land really belongs. Humans 1, Animals 0 and that will never change unless we understand how connected we are. That connection dictates responsibility and actions.

The Kit Fox knows of no COVID-19 pandemic, no protests of civil-rights, and political turmoil. The Kit Fox knows of only the basic biological needs. Basic evolution, that is what drives the Kit Fox.

An evolution that once claimed the salt-bush dominated deserts of our Central Valley (Bakersfield, California). What relationship the Kit Fox once had with that habitat has been lost. But that does not mean the Kit Fox can’t find a new home!

California State University, Bakersfield (CSUB) has willing, and without choice I might add, embraced the Kit Fox. While undergoing the stress of my classes, I would frequently walk the campus I called home. See, I lived in the student housing for three years at CSUB. That’s how the Kit Fox became my companion.

I would take walks in between studying around midnight and 1am. The den was in front of the basketball stadium and I would sit about 10-20 yards away from the roped off section. I wish I could have recorded the play. The litter of Kit Foxes playing was such a stress relief from all the biochemistry, physics, and genetics courses trying to plow crops of neurons in my already overwhelmed brain.

With the Kit Fox, the playing, I forgot my uncertainty and my fears of failure. All that existed at that time was one of Gods creature – watching one of Gods creatures.

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Drive within the speed limits of your life! BOC #2

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Mikee and Clem

What life regrets would you ask from a dying man, what questions would you ask? I usually didn’t ask anything before I died. What? You’ve never heard the dead speak before? Well, believe me I’m starting to learn how. Its not easy as you expect it might be to bring the voice of a deadman to radio.

What questions would you want answered? What happens if your start getting answers to those questions? AND what if those answers start to make sense? What then? What if everything you heard was so truthful that it seemed like it could not be. Maybe you’ve just been aching for the truth all this long. Can truth come from a dead man? Find out in this video.

What you shouldn’t do in life, real advice from a dead man, you should never NOT ask questions from anyone and everyone – no matter the answer, check the answer via reading books not the internet!

Warning! Truth may hurt your ears but your brain will appreciate it.

The Kit Fox (Vulpes macrotis)

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The Kit Fox, Vulpes macrotis, as it is commonly known was on the verge of extinction. Habitat loss and environmental pressures are recipes for disaster for most species.

However, on the campus of California State University, Bakersfield the Kit Fox is thriving. I was lucky enough to sit with new litters during midnight walks to escape the craziness of the dorms.

Vulpes macrotis #KitFox California State University, Bakersfield Photo by – Clem 2016

Watching them play. Running in and out of the tunnels. The mother watching on for awhile then busy chancing meals of cockroaches (a night feast for any connoisseur of her species).

Go to the link and scroll down for a short video of The Kit Fox.

https://beyondourcomprehension.com/2018/03/29/all-gas-pedal-no-brake/

Video obtained by a summer intern in the East Bay County Parks and Wildlife Conservancy. You can see a starving native fox which population is in sharp decline among all wetland inhabitants.