The Great Canadian Birdathon: Birding for ConservationBird Studies Canada
This spring, the time you spend birding can help the very birds you're looking at. Join the Great Canadian Birdathon and conserve birds and biodiversity across Canada! It's so easy to participate. All you have to do is gather your sponsors...Link More Info
Last Mountain Bird ObservatoryNature Saskatchewan
The facility is open during the spring and fall migrations (May, August and September), and encourages visitors to the site and volunteers to assist in the monitoring program. The public has the rare opportunity to see many bird species up...Download Link More Info
Stewards of Saskatchewan ProgramNature Saskatchewan
Nature Saskatchewans Stewards of Saskatchewan (SOS) is a suite of five voluntary stewardship programs that engage rural landowners in conserving habitat in southern Saskatchewan to benefit: species at risk from disappearing prairie...Download Link More Info
Wilderness Preserved: Nature Saskatchewan SanctuariesNature Saskatchewan
Nature Saskatchewan administers six sanctuaries as conservation areas, to prevent development, preserve habitat and for the enjoyment of its members and the general public. Although none are posted with 'No Trespassing' signs, to...Download Link More Info
The Saskatchewan Birding Trail ExperienceNature Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan has a wealth of birdwatching opportunities ranging from the fall migration of waterfowl to the spring rush of songbirds and shorebirds. It is our hope that this Birding Trail Guide will help you find and enjoy the many birding...Download Link More Info
Saskatchewan Bird ChecklistNature Saskatchewan
This checklist includes 439 species of birds recorded in Saskatchewan. There are 388 species that have been confirmed by a specimen, photograph or sound recording. Another 51 hypothetical species, lacking similar evidence, are listed...Download Link More Info
Saskatchewan Wildlife AppSaskatchewan 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,...Link More Info
Saskatchewan's Native Prairie: Taking Stock of a Vanishing Ecosystem and Dwindling ResourceNative Plant Society of Saskatchwan, Inc.
This booklet is intended to provide an appreciation for the impact that settlement has had on Saskatchewan's prairie landscape. It is not intended to cast blame toward any sector of the population. Rather it is to recognize that the...Download Link More Info
Native Plants in the ClassroomNative 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...Link More Info
The Watershed GameNative 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...Link More Info