We’re passionate about birds and nature. That’s why we opened a Wild Birds Unlimited Nature Shop in our community.
330A 2600 8th Street East
Saskatoon, SK S7H0V7
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Mon - Sat: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sun: 12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
We are closed on Stat. Holidays
If you want to track where the Hummingbirds are in their migration check out this site:
It's nest box time again.
We've expanded our selection of birdhouses, focusing on locally made & recycled materials.
Wild about Saskatoon is an informal collective of nature-lovers who began to meet in the winter of 2012-13. We are madly in love with the beauty and diversity of the living world wherever we find it, especially within city limits. Our goal is to foster a fresh, everyday connection between the residents of Saskatoon and the nature that envelops us, in the city as everywhere else. We want to nurture a civic culture where respect for the living world is routinely reflected in our collective and individual decisions. A city is not just built; it is also planted. The City of Saskatoon provides habitat not only for humans but also - wonderfully - for hundreds, maybe even thousands, of species of plants, insects, birds and animals, from bumblebees to bats and from ducks to otters. Without plants to produce oxygen, we could not breath. Without insects to pollinate our gardens, we'd lack nourishing food. Without birds and animals to raise our spirits, we would be intolerably alone. Without the shining waters of the South Saskatchewan River, our lives, in incaluable ways, would be barren. Nature does not begin where the sidewalk ends. Wild about Saskatoon is an open invitation to experience your inner, urban nature.
Visit their website here: http://www.wildaboutsaskatoon.org
Sundays in May (7-9:30a.m.) - MVA Trail Bird Walk: This weekly walk is ideal for beginners to learn some common birds. Meet at the Diefenbaker Centre parking lot on the University of Saskatchewan campus.
Sun., May 10th Leader:Carol Blenkin (306-244-1927)
Sun., May 17th Leader: Hilda Voth (306-242-0198)
Sun., May 24th Leader: Heather Wagg (306-652-7351)
Sun., May 31st Leader: May Haga (306-955-3954)
Wed. May 13th (7p.m.-9p.m.) - Richard St. Barb Baker Park Walk: We will walk through this afforestation area next to Chappell Marsh to search for migrant songbirds. Meet at the Western Development Museum parking lot on Lorne Ave. Leader: Marten Stoffel (306-934-3769)
YOUNG NATURALISTS: Nature activities for 5-11 year olds: The Young Naturalists is all about nature activities for kids and their families. Each program offers interesting activities geared for children aged 5 to 11 years. Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Enrolment is limited on most programs, so register early. You can register by calling 975-3042 or by e-mail at: firstname.lastname@example.org Visit the Young Naturalists' website for more information: www.saskatoonzoosociety.ca/programs/young-naturalists