There's more than fallen rocks to avoid on Okanagan highways

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KELOWNA - As soon as the snow starts melting you can bet on seeing local wildlife as some of nature's critters move from the higher elevations into the valley looking for bits of tender grass and vegetation to nibble on.

One such sighting was captured by a crew from the Ministry of Transportation. They spotted a herd of nine bighorn sheep taking a rest at the side of Westside Road.

See for yourself:

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A Drive Along Westside Road... With a Bit of a Surprise


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