Examination was made of 34 colonies of fox burrows in the Białowieża Primeval Forest. They were found in the following types of forest biotopes: mixed coniferous forest (12), fresh coniferous forest (2), mixed hardwood forest (13) and fresh hardwood forest (7). The majority of the burrows were situated in mature stands (24), and were usually dug into ground consisting of a mixture of sand and clay, usually at a distance of up to 850 m from open spaces and at a distance of about 1000 m from water.
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Jędrzejewski, W. Jędrzejewska, B. Szymura, A.
Servin, J. Rau, J. R. Delibes, M.
Kolb, H. H. Hewson, R.
Papageorgiou, N. K. Sepougaris, A. Christopoulou, O. G. Vlachos, C. G. Petamidis, J. S.