Many animals call Fox Meadows Nature Conservatory home. These are just a few species you will find here. Birds abound - especially in the spring when many species migrate through.
When the Foxes first moved to the land there was an old house on the site. When exploring it, they found it was actually inhabited…by Mother Buzzard. She was quite intent on raising her babies so a peaceful coexistence was established and the babies learned to fly from the roof. The house was torn down and used in the construction of the Guest Houses but the bond between man and beast had been made. Jane insisted that the builders build "The Buzzard Box". In January of 2003, the original babies returned to the roost and raised their first baby in The Buzzard Box.
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