Grizzly attraction – photo essay

A grizzly sow and her second-year triplets were spotted June 15 alongside Highway 40 west of Longview, Alta., in the province’s Kananaskis Country. The animals were eating dandelions on a hillside before crossing the highway. It was the first day of the highway’s re-opening for the summer. This is the first year that visitors to Kananaskis Country will need to buy conservation passes, either $15 a day or $90 for the year. |  Mike Sturk photo

A grizzly sow and her second-year triplets were spotted June 15 alongside Highway 40 west of Longview, Alta., in the province’s Kananaskis Country. The animals were eating dandelions on a hillside before crossing the highway. It was the first day of the highway’s re-opening for the summer. This is the first year that visitors to Kananaskis Country will need to buy conservation passes, either $15 a day or $90 for the year. | Mike Sturk photos

A grizzly sow and her second-year triplets were spotted June 15 alongside Highway 40 west of Longview, Alta., in the province’s Kananaskis Country.

The animals were eating dandelions on a hillside before crossing the highway. It was the first day of the highway’s re-opening for the summer.

This is the first year that visitors to Kananaskis Country will need to buy conservation passes, either $15 a day or $90 for the year.

A grizzly sow and her second-year triplets were spotted June 15 alongside Highway 40 west of Longview, Alta., in the province’s Kananaskis Country. The animals were eating dandelions on a hillside before crossing the highway. It was the first day of the highway’s re-opening for the summer. This is the first year that visitors to Kananaskis Country will need to buy conservation passes, either $15 a day or $90 for the year. | Mike Sturk photo
A grizzly sow and her second-year triplets were spotted June 15 alongside Highway 40 west of Longview, Alta., in the province’s Kananaskis Country. The animals were eating dandelions on a hillside before crossing the highway. It was the first day of the highway’s re-opening for the summer. This is the first year that visitors to Kananaskis Country will need to buy conservation passes, either $15 a day or $90 for the year. | Mike Sturk photo
A grizzly sow and her second-year triplets were spotted June 15 alongside Highway 40 west of Longview, Alta., in the province’s Kananaskis Country. The animals were eating dandelions on a hillside before crossing the highway. It was the first day of the highway’s re-opening for the summer. This is the first year that visitors to Kananaskis Country will need to buy conservation passes, either $15 a day or $90 for the year. | Mike Sturk photo

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