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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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Species at Risk Public Registry

Government of Canada
Animals, Conservation, Plants, Grade 4, Grade 5, Grade 6, Grade 7, Environmental Science 20

The Public Registry is your source for news, information, and documents related to species at risk in Canada. This web site has been designed to help you better understand Canada's approach to protecting and recovering species at risk,...

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Native Plant Material and Services Supplier List

Native Plant Material and Services Supplier List

Native Plant Society of Saskatchwan, Inc.

The Native Plant Society of Saskatchewan (NPSS) provides this list to support and promote the use of native plants. We hope that through the use of native plants, people will come to understand and appreciate their importance, thereby...

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Native Plants in the Classroom

Native Plants in the Classroom

Native Plant Society of Saskatchwan, Inc.

Native Plants in the Classroom is a project designed to connect youth with nature. This project will educate and involve youth across Saskatchewan in native plants and habitats (including species at risk) through classroom and outdoor...

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The Watershed Game

The Watershed Game

Native Plant Society of Saskatchwan, Inc.

This online Watershed Game is an interactive way to get students learning about watersheds and how we can protect them. Students are able to make decisions to manage the watershed in our national parks, agriculture, neighbourhood and...

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Fort Qu'Appelle Fish Culture Station Tours

Fort Qu'Appelle Fish Culture Station Tours

Fort Qu'Appelle Fish Culture Station, Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation

The Fort Qu'Appelle Fish Culture Station is the only fish hatchery in Saskatchewan that stocks fish for public angling opportunities. We are open for tours from May 1st to Labour Day (Sept. 7th), 9am-4pm. Tours are free and they can be...

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Always Changing Ecosystems

Always Changing Ecosystems

EcoKids / Earth Care Canada

You will need to sign up for a free account in order to access any EcoKids resources but it is definitely worth it. In this lesson, students will learn about an ecosystem, and actively participate in a game that simulates one.

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A Beautiful World

A Beautiful World

Native Counselling Services of Alberta

Cree Elder George Brertton takes us to a lake near his home and reflects on the changes he has seen in his lifetime. Deeply passionate about respecting all of creation, George has a serious message for us all. Please note: This is an Alberta...

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The H Factor

The H Factor

Native Counselling Services of Alberta

Len Benson is a traditional Cree man who grew up on the land near Lac La Biche, Alberta. He has seen changes to the water, plants and animals as industrial development has increased. Len wonders if human beings really understand the impact we...

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Wetland Odyssey

Wetland Odyssey

Native Counselling Services of Alberta

Can you recognize common plants, animals and insects found in wetlands? See for yourself and take this fun quiz as you go on a Wetland Odyssey! Please note: This is an Alberta resource, but could be useful for Saskatchewan educators. 

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Two Sciences

Two Sciences

Native Counselling Services of Alberta

Witness a discussion about wetlands by Wetland Ecologist Dr. Suzanne Bayley and traditional Cree man Len Benson. Suzanne and Len discuss the difference between western science and Aboriginal science and the benefits of bringing them...

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My Rubber Boots

My Rubber Boots

Native Counselling Services of Alberta

Dr. Suzanne Bayley is a world renowned Wetlands Ecologist. She has spent her life studying wetlands to preserve the water, plants, animals and birds that depend on a healthy ecosystem. Join Suzanne as she wades into one of Alberta's many...

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Tea of Life

Tea of Life

Native Counselling Services of Alberta

Dene Artist Roy Salopree knows about a secret place. It is a water hole in the muskeg, surrounded by spruce trees. The muskeg water he collects from the hole is made into tea and used as medicine for his family and friends. Please note: This is...

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