Cunning, sly and wily, the fox is adept at deception. From time to time, however, the devious dodger can be bested by the trickery of another. “This red fox had been eyeing a heron in a large pond for quite a while,” says the artist. “The bird waded while the fox waited. When the bird moved into the tall weeds at the pond’s edge, the fox made his move. Instantly the huge wings unfolded and carried the heron out of the water, leaving only a feather and a fox’s empty embrace behind.” Bonnie created this crafty companion in the spirit of her recent fox painting, "Frogs for Breakfast" (Sold Out at Publisher).
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