The conservation status of foxes varies depending on the species and their geographic location. Some species of foxes are considered to be endangered or threatened due to habitat loss, hunting, and other human activities, while others are more abundant and not considered to be at risk.
For example, the Arctic fox and the Island fox are both considered to be threatened or endangered, primarily due to habitat loss and invasive species. The Fennec fox, which is found in North Africa, is also considered to be a species of conservation concern due to habitat loss and overhunting. However, other species such as the Red fox, which is found throughout much of the northern hemisphere, is not considered to be at risk.
It’s important to remember that all wild animals play an important role in their ecosystem, and it’s our responsibility to protect them and their habitats.