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Interesting Facts About Canada Lynx

Big Sky Wildlife Spotlight: Canada Lynx The Canada Lynx, or Lynx canadensis, is one of four members of the Lynx genus. This medium sized wild cat is an elusive creature that is rarely seen by…

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Interesting Facts About Wolverines

Big Sky Wildlife Spotlight: Wolverines Wolverines are powerful, fierce creatures that live in remote and rugged mountain terrain. These legendary and solitary animals are relatively elusive, but they…

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Interesting Facts About Snowshoe Hares

Big Sky Wildlife Spotlight: Snowshoe Hares Snowshoe hares live throughout the northern United States and Canada. Keep your eye peeled for these furry four-legged creatures when you’re in Big Sky…

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Interesting Facts About Pronghorns

Big Sky Wildlife Spotlight: Pronghorns Pronghorns are a North American ungulate (hoofed animal) that calls Big Sky Country home. While you might not see these creatures directly in Big Sky, they are a…

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Interesting Facts About Bald Eagles

Big Sky Wildlife Spotlight: Bald Eagles Bald Eagle Face | Pixabay Image In 1782, the Second Continental Congress declared the bald eagle the National Emblem of the United States. As the national bird…

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Interesting Facts About Mule Deer

Big Sky Wildlife Spotlight: Mule Deer Mule Deer are one of the most iconic wild animals in the Western United States. They are found primarily in regions west of the Missouri River and range from…

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Interesting Facts About Great Horned Owls

Big Sky Wildlife Spotlight: Great Horned Owls The Great Horned Owl, or Burbo virginianus , is the most widespread owl species in North America. These adaptable birds of prey range from the Arctic to…

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What Is Wilderness?

Big Sky is nestled into the Madison Range of SW Montana. It's not uncommon to see a moose strolling down the road, bighorn sheep causing traffic jams, or grizzly bears wandering through a meadow while…

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Interesting Facts About Porcupines

Big Sky Wildlife Spotlight: Porcupines There are dozens of species of porcupines in the world. Thirty million years ago, porcupines traveled across the Atlantic Ocean from Africa to Brazil. They…

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Interesting Facts About Black Bears

Big Sky Wildlife Spotlight: Black Bears Black bears are the smallest bear species in North America. These solitary omnivores are quite adaptable. Roughly 600,000 black bears range from Canada to…

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