Saskatchewan

The Nature Conservancy of Canada's (NCC's) first project in Saskatchewan occurred in 1982 — a quarter-section of native grassland in the Qu'Appelle Coulee. NCC now conserves more than 150,000 acres (60,703 hectares) of the province’s most ecologically significant land and water.

Stories from the Field

Warbling vireo that was just banded. Also shown are the banding pliers used to apply the band, data sheet, wing chord ruler and digital scale. (Photo by NCC)

Warbling vireo that was just banded. Also shown are the banding pliers used to apply the band, data sheet, wing chord ruler and digital scale. (Photo by NCC)

Bird banding as part of responsible land stewardship

NCC staff works with the Institute for Bird Populations to humanely capture and band breeding songbirds Continue Reading »

Hoary Bat (Photo by Sarah Ludlow)

Hoary Bat (Photo by Sarah Ludlow)

NCC works to identify habitat use by little brown and northern myotis

Research project to identify habitat use by little brown and northern myotis Continue Reading »

From Our Blog

Learning the Land brings educational projects and initiatives to schools and communities on Treaty 4 lands. (Photo by NCC)

Learning the Land brings educational projects and initiatives to schools and communities on Treaty 4 lands. (Photo by NCC)

Collaborating with Indigenous communities for land conservation

July 15, 2019

Five years ago, in her work as the director of conservation for the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s (NCC’s) Saskatchewan Region, Jennifer McKillop had conversations with the Treaty Four Educational Alliance (T4EA) in order to start a... Continue Reading »

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