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    Wildlife Park and Zoos in Kamloops!!

    BC Wildlife Park is a 106-acre zoo located in Kamloops which is home to 200 animals and 65 different species that are native to BC which include cougars, bears, wolves, reptiles, and birds. Kamloops also has a petting zoo that has farm animals and exotic birds where everyone can feed and pet the animals there. The BC Wildlife Park is a non-profit organization located in Kamloops, British Columbia, Canada. It is dedicated to wildlife conservation, education, and rehabilitation. The park is home to over 60 species of wildlife, including bears, cougars, wolves, moose, lynxes, and birds of prey. The park provides a safe haven for animals that are injured, orphaned,…

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    Birds of Kamloops!!

    Kamloops is a city located in the interior of British Columbia, Canada, and is home to a diverse range of bird species. Some common birds of Kamloops include: These are just a few examples of the many bird species that can be found in Kamloops. Birdwatching is a popular activity in the city, and there are many parks and natural areas where visitors can observe these beautiful creatures in their natural habitat.

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    Experience the wild with black bears

    Kamloops is home to a healthy population of black bears, which can often be seen foraging for food in the forests and grasslands surrounding the city. Black bears are the most common species of bear found in British Columbia, and are known for their distinctive black fur. In the spring and early summer, bears in Kamloops emerge from their dens after hibernating through the winter months. They are often seen foraging for food, particularly in areas where there are fruit trees or berry bushes. It’s important to remember that bears have an excellent sense of smell, and can easily be attracted to human food and garbage. To prevent conflicts with…

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    Owls of Kamloops

    Kamloops is home to three species of owls – Burrowing owls usually spotted in the northern area making their burrows in Pritchard and Lac Du Bois area, in the southern range we can find the northern hawk owls and the great grey owls can also be seen in this area.

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    California Bighorn Sheep

    Keep an eye out for the Bighorn Sheep which has massive horns who have adapted to survive in a range of environments, they tend to roam around in herds of 5 -20 and can be seen when you drive along East Shuswap road towards Harper Trail winery, and the Mule deer can be found throughout the Thompson region from valley bottoms to high alpine areas.

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    Animals to look out for !!

    Kamloops is located in British Columbia, Canada and is home to a variety of wildlife. Here are some animals that you might be able to spot in and around Kamloops: Remember, if you do encounter wildlife in Kamloops, it’s important to respect their space and keep a safe distance. Do not feed or approach wild animals, as this can be dangerous for both the animal and yourself.