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Loggerhead Shrike

Loggerhead Shrike

Nature Saskatchewan
Animals, Conservation, Plants, Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, Environmental Science 20

This fact sheet provides background information on the Loggerhead Shrike, why its population is declining and possible ways to help.

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Burrowing Owls in Saskatchewan

Burrowing Owls in Saskatchewan

Nature Saskatchewan
Animals, Conservation, Plants, Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, Environmental Science 20

This fact sheet provides background information on the Burrowing Owl, why its population is declining and possible ways to help.

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Prairie Conservation Action Plan Fact Sheet

Prairie Conservation Action Plan Fact Sheet

Saskatchewan Prairie Conservation Action Plan
Animals, Conservation, Plants, Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 7, Environmental Science 20

This fact sheet provides information to Crown land leaseholders on the process that oil and gas companies must follow when exploring on Crown lands and on the roles of the provincial regulatory agencies.

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Agriculture and Biodiversity Fact Sheets

Agriculture and Biodiversity Fact Sheets

Nature Saskatchewan

A series of information sheets on biodiversity, its benefits for ranchers and farmers, and how ranching and farming practices can benefit biodiversity.

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Beneficial Management Practices for Species at Risk

Beneficial Management Practices for Species at Risk

Nature Saskatchewan
Animals, Conservation, Plants, Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 7, Environmental Science 20

A quick reference guide giving ways to manage your land to reduce your impact on three species at risk: Burrowing owl, Piping Plover and the Loggerhead Shrike.

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At Home on the Range

At Home on the Range

Nature Saskatchewan

At Home on the Range is a tool for landowners, leaseholders and others who manage land on Saskatchewan?s prairies. It is a guide to help people use the prairie landscape in a way that benefits both land managers and species at risk.

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Protecting our World Strategy: A First Nations Environmental Protection Framework

Protecting our World Strategy: A First Nations Environmental Protection Framework

Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations
Conservation, First Nations, Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 7, Native Studies 10, Environmental Science 20

First Nation people have a long and intimate history with their traditional homelands and possess traditional beliefs and have cultures that are centered on their interconnectedness with the land and the Creator. The FSIN wishes to...

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Lands and Resources Secretariet

Lands and Resources Secretariet

Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations

?The First Nations in Saskatchewan, through their inherent and Treaty rights, will establish jurisdiction over the natural resources in their reserves and traditional territories and will ensure effective stewardship and...

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Learning the Land

Learning the Land

Nature Conservancy Saskatchewan

Learning the Land, a native prairie conservation pilot program administered by the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NCC) in Saskatchewan, will be delivered by the Treaty 4 Education Alliance in 11 schools across southern Saskatchewan,...

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Freshwater 101

Freshwater 101

Nature Conservancy Canada
Water, Grade 8, Environmental Science 20

Freshwater 101 gives some general facts about Canada's freshwater ecosystems, their risks and how the Nature Conservancy of Canada is working to protect them.

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A Conservation Blueprint for Canada's Prairies and Parklands

A Conservation Blueprint for Canada's Prairies and Parklands

Nature Conservancy Canada

This conservation blueprint contributes to a better documentation of the biological diversity of the four ecoregions comprising the prairie and parkland biome. The study area includes parts of three provinces, two states and two...

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iMapInvasives

iMapInvasives

Saskatchewan Conservation Data Centre
Plants, Grade 4, Grade 6, Grade 7, Science 10, Environmental Science 20, Post Secondary Research

iMapInvasives is an interactive mapping and data management tool for protecting natural resources from the threat of invasive species. It provides versatile mapping resources for monitoring and management, from a local to...

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Saskatchewan Bird Atlas App

Saskatchewan Bird Atlas App

Saskatchewan Conservation Data Centre

The computerized Saskatchewan Bird Atlas Project is an ongoing cooperative project among federal and provincial governments and non-government organizations, concerned with conservation, to make bird information more...

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Saskatchewan Wildlife App

Saskatchewan Wildlife App

Saskatchewan Conservation Data Centre

The Wildlife App is an interactive map for viewing rare and endangered element occurrences across the province. General users are able to locate wildlife refuges, crown land, provincial parks, flooding zones, national parks,...

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Saskatchewan's Ecoregions

Saskatchewan's Ecoregions

Saskatchewan Conservation Data Centre

This website includes a map of the Saskatchewan ecoregions (Prairie, Boreal Plain, Boreal Shield, and Taiga Shield) and general information on their characteristics, vegetation and wildlife.

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Saskatchewan Wildflowers

Saskatchewan Wildflowers

by Glen and Maureen Lee

This website features our photographs and descriptions of over 500 forbs and shrubs native to Saskatchewan, as well as?introduced plant species now commonly found in the province. Native plants have been photographed from the...

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Species Lists

Species Lists

Saskatchewan Conservation Data Centre
Animals, Conservation, Plants, Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, Environmental Science 20

The Saskatchewan Conservation Data Centre manages records for approximately 3100 species known to occur in the province. Their mission is to serve Saskatchewan by gathering, interpreting and distributing standardized information...

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Native Species Recommended for Restoration of Boreal Ecoregion

Native Species Recommended for Restoration of Boreal Ecoregion

Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment
Animals, Conservation, Plants, Environmental Science 20

This report is a collaborative effort between government and non-government participants. It has been prepared as a practical guide to assist in the use of native species for rehabilitating disturbed areas of the Boreal ecoregions.

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