Rare Red Fox Spotted In Yosemite National Park
Often when we hear news about threatened or endangered species, it’s bad news – populations dwindling, and species struggling to survive. But last week there was a bit of good news, when park wildlife biologists made an amazing discovery. For the first time in nearly 100 years, the rare Sierra Nevada red fox was spotted in Yosemite National Park last month. It’s a major milestone for a species that is thought to consist of only 50 individual animals.
In this segment of Valley Edition we speak with ScottGediman, Spokesperson for Yosemite National Park, about the sighting and what it means to the park.