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This red fox vixen had a successful morning hunt, returning to the den with a starling and a Richardson’s ground squirrel. The kits have been spied cavorting in the spring sunshine and will soon learn to hunt. Foxes are omnivores that eat fruits and vegetation along with birds and small mammals. According to the Nature Conservancy of Canada, a red fox can hear a mouse squeak from 100 feet away. Many of this week’s articles and photos tie in with it being Canadian Environment Week.

Shootin’ the Breeze – June 05, 2024

This week, we celebrate remarkable community achievements and important initiatives.

From Crowsnest Pass CAO Patrick Thomas’s recognition for his outstanding service and dedication to the new funding applications for drought preparedness in MD of Pincher Creek, this issue brings your attention to all major developments.

Also, discover the exciting scavenger hunt designed to showcase hidden gems and popular spots in honour of Recreation and Park Month, celebrate the success of the Pet Valu Walk for Dog Guides in Pincher Creek, and join the movement towards sustainability with our upcoming reuse and recycle fair.

Stay informed and connected with our community’s latest news and events!

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Ad for Aurora Eggert Coaching in Beaver Mines
Ad requesting memorabilia from CNP music festival