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Looking for images related to trapping, furbearers and furbearer management? You’ve come to the right place!

Copyrights, Permission and Credits for Using Images From the Illinois Trapping and Furbearer Image Library
The images offered in this image library are in the public domain (which means they have no copyright restrictions). You may download and use these copyright-free images in your print and electronic publications. They are free and you do not need to get permission from Illinois DNR to use them.

This notice only pertains to images in this library. It does not pertain to other images on the Illinois DNR site or on the Hunting and Trapping Furbearers in Illinois site. Some photos on these sites have copyright restrictions, and you should seek more information before using them.

If you use any images from this library, we request that you use a credit citation, such as posted under each image.

Images within are high resolution. Most are at least 300 dpi. Click your desired category below to view all available images.

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Gray Fox
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Red Fox
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*This species is a protected furbearer in Illinois; hunting and trapping are not allowed.

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