Swift Fox now calls Grasslands home
Once considered “extinct in the wild”, the Swift Fox now calls the grasslands home.
In 1978, Swift Fox were thought to be gone forever. Today, there are over 650 found in the mixed grass prairie near the Saskatchewan-Alberta border, within and around Grasslands National Park. About the size of a housecat, they can keep pace with a Jackrabbit at more than 60 km/hour.