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MILK RIVER SUNSET
The Milk River in Southeastern, Alberta is a wonderful place. One of the last large native grasslands in the province. The native grasses are not as common as they once were. These hardy grasses can live under the harshest environments. Scorching temperatures in the summer, bitter cold winters and chinooks. Chinooks are warm winds that can occur in both the winter and summer months.

The Milk River is home to many species of wildflowers, grass, animals, insects, snakes, birds, trees and shrubs. The Milk River comes into Canada from Montana and then flows back to Montana and eventually flows into the Mississippi.

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