There are many foxes that wander through the property and back into the forest. Our driveway and road run right through the hunting area for at least 3 or 4; unfortunately we've gotten so much snow that the cuts we've made snowblowing are now getting to be 6 to 8 feet high, which means the foxes are coming to these very tall snow cliffs as they're making their rounds. While foxes can jump pretty high, that's getting to be a bit much to both leap down or up, and it looked like they were starting to have trouble. So I've kept track of where they like to cross as they wander back and forth and shoveled out several fox ramps for them.
AND LOOK! THEY'RE USING THEM. They're actually using the ramps! NEAT!!! I AM DELIGHT! The red arrow is a fox arriving to the top as it comes in from the forest, sniffing and just floating on top of the snow on their lithe little black legs, looking around, and realizing "OH HO! I don't have to jump! There's a fox ramp built just for me!" And then it proceeded to turn around and come down its fox ramp and go on its merry way, where hopefully it caught one of the thousands of mice that are running around tearing out insulation.