It’s officially been a rough year for wildlife on highways and railways in the mountain parks.
From January to October 6, a total of 11 bears — including a grizzly — have been struck and killed in Banff, Yoho and Kootenay national parks. In addition, three wolves, one cougar, five moose and 16 elk were also killed on the highways — for a total of 36 animals.
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