The Song Silvfoxes are currently available in the Den.
They were released on March 21, 2012 and although they all share an egg and a description, the pelt of the offspring will always match its parents' coat.
Egg: A faint tune can be heard from within the shell of this egg.
Foxling: Awww... it´s a fox kit! It was born with stubby little wings and a very loud voice.
Adult: The Song Silvfox is known for the eerie howling tunes that they make to communicate with each other. These songs are only heard on spring nights and symbolize the passing of winter. Both genders of this species sport a colourful plumage which they use to display to each other during the day when they are silent. In the end, however, mates are picked by the song they sing, with each individual fox prefering a different song.
Each color was inspired by another bird that resulted in a nickname for each color. Oriole/Yellow Song Silvfox, Blue Jay/Blue Song Silvfox, and the Robin/Red Song Silvfox.