Foxes are wide spread across our British towns. It has adapted perfectly to urban and suburban environments. Being a omnivore it will eat practically any thing. Mating begins in January and the cubs are born between March to April the cubs venturing out from April onwards and will stay with the vixen until the autumn. They are predominantly nocturnal and can be seen venturing out in the day time. They will make there dens under sheds over grown gardens and waste ground even under the floor boards of the home. The main problems are noise fouling digging.