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Swift Fox

Right now the Swift Fox is listed as an endangered species in Alberta. They like to live and hunt in the prairies that have short grasses and shrubs. They do most of their hunting at night and feed on a number of different animals and a few plants. Females can have up to seven “pups” in one litter. Coyotes, Badgers, Golden Eagles, and Bobcats hunt the Swift Fox. Human beings are also to blame for many Swift Fox deaths because of road kills, or traps set by hunters.

Swift Fox

Swift Fox