* Coyote Season, watch out for your pets.

This helpful reminder comes from one of our residents from the Facebook page. Thank you Lori Fleming.

Reports are that the golf course has many coyotes as well.
FYI: The next 4-6 weeks is mating season for coyotes. Please do not let your dogs out alone. The coyote gets your dog to chase him and then somewhere in the distance the pack waits for your dog. Then the outcome is tragic as they can & will attack/kill your pets. Just be aware it can happen to your beloved pet.
{Coyote breeding typically peaks in late February and early March, the gestation period averages 58 to 63 days. Male coyotes can become more aggressive during this time of year, the long and short of it all is that coyotes always pose a risk to your dog (and other small pets). That risk increases during mating season.}
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Hardworking volunteer Dan Jackson was named the 108 Mile Ranch Citizen of the Year at the October 29 Annual General Meeting. Click here to read about Dan’s tireless commitment to not only the 108! Thanks to the 100 Mile Free Press for this article.

2021/22 Citizen of the Year Award presented to Dan Jackson by Donna White


The 108 Volunteer Fire Department has announced that the 108 Mile Ranch Green Belt Commission volunteers will be undertaking fuel mitigation burns throughout the winter months. Large plumes of smoke may been visible at times as slash piles are being ignited. There is no reason to be alarmed, risk of fires spreading is minimal and they will be monitored continually by the green belt society.

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