Alex O'Brien

News

Thu, 12 Mar, 2015

Fox caught sneaking around Fire Control Centre in Narrabri

Fox caught sneaking around Fire Control Centre in Narrabri

A little fox was caught sneaking around a Fire Control Centre in NSW’s Narrabri – thought to be on the look out for snacks. 

While staff were out overseeing a fire in the Pilliga East State Forest, the fox made his appearance at the control centre.

The fox made a beeline for a rubbish bin before searching the room high and low, hopping up on desks and chairs, according to the NSWRFS post on Facebook following the visit. 

Inspector David Stimson said: “The fox appeared very friendly and could be approached and was happy to pose for several photos before disappearing into the night.”

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