is no science here. Foxhunting* is an opportunity for
humans to watch nature at its finest. It's about weather,
wind, scenting, conditions of the land, and how a capable
hunter, such as a fox or a hound, copes with the variables.
Both fox and hounds are clever, able hunters, and clearly
the smart and sophisticated fox is in charge of his
environment! “Sly as a Fox!” is so! The
fox WINS at this game!
believe that foxhunting includes a "kill,"
but in the United States, it does not. In fact, a kill
is an unfortunate occurrence, as it removes a fox from
the fox population, which many foxhunters in America
work hard at protecting. That is why many foxhunters
feed fox canned dog food, know the dens where cubs and
vixen grow together, and protect against development,
which might harm the fox population.