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These majestic animals symbolize the rugged beauty and wildlife of the Rocky Mountains. During the fall, winter and spring months, Bighorn sheep of the Radium-Stoddart herd are frequently seen in the Village of Radium Hot Springs and on neighbouring low elevation benchlands and valley bottom.
In summer they graze the high mountain meadows of Kootenay National Park and have their young. Fall brings them back to into the Columbia Valley for the winter.
Participating in a Head Banger Tours is a fun & educational way to spend a lovely Saturday this fall in Radium Hot Springs. Tours begin late October and continue through November.
For more information visit the Bighorn in Our Backyard website.
Please drive carefully and watch for wildlife crossing roads
Drive as if their life depends on it.