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Below Zero

Education Building, University of Regina

Most Canadians live with snow and ice for at least five months of the year, yet we know surprisingly little about life in frozen environments. Put on your long-johns and join us on an amazing sub-zero safari into the winter world of wildlife. Includes a manual with 46 complete lesson plans that can each be adapted for any age, grade or subject.

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Where do dragonflies go when the snow flies? What keeps wood frogs from croaking in winter? How do polar bears find cold comfort in Arctic climes? Most Canadians live with snow and ice for at least five months of the year, yet we know surprisingly little about life in frozen environments. Put on your long-johns and join us on an amazing sub-zero safari into the winter world of wildlife.

Below Zero is an educational program designed to promote understanding of wildlife under winter conditions. Developed by Canadian Wildlife Federation and launched in 2003, it features 46 complete lesson plans that can each be adapted for any age, grade or subject.

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Saturday February 4
10am-4pm
Education Building, University of Regina
$55/non member 
$50/member
Lunch not included.
Certificate of completion provided!
SaskOutdoors is also offering a Project WILD Workshop on Saturday October 22 and a Project WET Workshop on Saturday March 4.  Attend 2 workshop and save $5! Attend all 3 and save $10!
Contact Us with any questions!
Registration deadline is Friday January 27.

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