August 1, 2001
The swift fox (Vulpes velox) is a rare, house-cat-sized carnivore. Although once abundant in Canada, it was extirpated from Canada and northern Montana by the late 1930s. Since 1983, a reintroduction program has been underway to restore this species to Canada. Concurrent with the Canadian swift...
January 1, 1997
This wildlife status report looks at the swift fox. Once common throughout the short and mixed-grass prairie regions of North America, in Canada the species disappeared from historic ranges in the early 20th century and has been listed as "extirpated" since 1978. Reintroduction efforts have...