Red foxes, which are wild carnivores with the densest population in the world, live in areas close to where peoplelive. There are numerous studies on parasites, especially about zoonotic helminths, in red foxes are definitivehosts for various parasite species. Limited numbered of researches have been conducted in Turkey. The purposeof this study was to investigate the helminths of red fox by fecal examination. In total, 409 fox feces wereexamined by fulleborne-flutation method and 20 different helminth eggs in 16 groups were detected on 65,8% ofsamples; Dicrocoelid, diplostomid, echinostomid, heterophyid, anoplocephalid, Joyeuxiella sp., Mesocestoides sp.,Taenia sp. Capillaria sp., rictularid, strongyl, strongyloid, Trichuris sp., Toxascaris leonina, ve Toxocara sp.Trematod eggs, taenid type eggs and Toxocara sp. had more importance, because of their zoonotic importance.Additionally, Trichuris sp. was the first report from red foxes in Turkey.