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Urban Wildlife Sightings In Canada Crop Up During Coronavirus Pandemic

Wild turkey sightings in Calgary and foxes in cities are becoming more common.

Canada’s urban jungles are looking a little different these days.

Efforts to quell the spread of COVID-19 by staying indoors and avoiding non-essential travel outside are showing positive trends in some provinces. They’re also providing a lot more space for local wildlife to stretch their limbs.

Watch the video above to see what kind of new four-legged and feathered friends are showing up these days.

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