Tuesday, 3 December 2013
EcoSask News, December 3, 2013
Rise & Fall of Prairie Wetlands, Dec. 12
Kevin Shook will discuss the fickle role that wetlands play in directing and redirecting the flow of water across the prairie and the factors that control the water level in sloughs at the Saskatoon Nature Society’s meeting at 7:30 pm, December 12, in Room 106, Biology Building, U of S.
Christmas Bird Counts
We've posted all the local Christmas Bird Counts, along with contact information, on our Calendar. Here are the dates. (via Saskatoon Nature Society)
December 14 – Clark’s Crossing
December 15 – Elbow
December 16 – Gardiner Dam
December 17 – Radisson/Borden
December 18 - Harris
December 26 – Saskatoon
December 27 – Biggar
January 4 – Pike Lake
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