Local Events

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Native Prairie Speaker Series

Wednesday, December 6 @ 12pm CST. Webinar

This presentation will focus on the value of sharing information on Saskatchewan’s wild species and ways to do so painlessly. Jeff Keith, the Saskatchewan Conservation Data Centre Coordinator, will discuss some of the new tools for sharing information and how to use them. He will also cover why it is important to do so and how your information will be used.

 

This event is free, but please register HERE.

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U of Regina Biology Seminars *Recurring Event

Fridays @ 2:30, University of Regina, Room CL130

December 1 ~ Dr. Fabia Battistuzzi: Evolutionary and lifestyle reconstructions through comparative genomics of microbes

December 8 ~ Anastasye Kisheev: Role of neurotransmitters in oligodendrocyte differentiation

 

For full Fall 2017 list, go here

WildEcol Talks *Recurring Event

Wednesdays @ 3:30, Thorvaldson Room 159, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon

On December 6, Robin and Arlene Karpan will discuss their experiences, as well as advice for photographing wildlife.

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U of SK Biology Seminar *Recurring Event

Thursdays @ 11:45, Biology 125, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon

December 7 ~ Dr. Todd Gillis: Mechanisms of change - Responses of the fish heart to physiological changes

 

For a full list for Fall 2017, go here

EcoFriendly Sask Calendar

EcoFriendly Sask is a go-to place for environmental, nature, outdoor, and wildlife events in Saskatchewan. Be sure to check it regularly!

 

Examples this month:

Christmas Bird Count for Kids (Pike Lake)

Monarch butterflies in their winter retreat (Saskatoon)

Christmas Bird Count (Shell Lake)

Fetch your own Christmas tree (near Alvena)

 

 

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Saskatoon Nature Society

The objective of the SNS is to promote the appreciation of nature and encourage a deeper knowledge of it through observation and sharing of experience.

Events this month:

GARDINER DAM BIRDING December 2nd.

We will look for ducks, geese, gulls and eagles. Dress warmly and bring a lunch.

Time: 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Place: meet by the grain elevator at the Western Development Museum parking lot, 2610 Lorne Ave. Bus: Route 1 Exhibition departs downtown terminal at 8:31 a.m. and arrives on Lorne Avenue next to museum about 8:50 a.m.
Leader: Robert Johanson (306-653-2610).