Save During our Seed Sale
(Now Thru Sun. Apr. 22nd)

10% ON ALL BAGS OF SEED

DSC Customers (15% + 10%)

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KEEP  VITAL
Crucial provincial funding has still not been provided to Meewasin. Please don't take it for granted; the 100 year vision could be lost. Let your MLA know how important conservation of this beautiful river valley is to you and future generations.

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  Migratory Bird Treaty Act Faces Major Threat  


Proposed changes to the Migratory Bird Treaty Act in the USA, one of the oldest wildlife conservation laws, threaten to undo safeguards that protect birds from the negative impacts of energy development, including oil and gas drilling and poorly placed wind energy facilities. The result could be millions of dead birds, with no consequences for the responsible companies. Millions of these birds spend their summers in Canada.

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Neonicotinoids, commonly known as 'neonics,' are the most widely used insecticides in the world, and they're deadly to birds and other wildlife. Check out this site to learn more. Link

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 Crocus evening hike to Cranberry Flats - Wed. Apr. 18th (6:30-8pm): We will hike the prairie looking for crocus blooms. Check the website in case this trip is postponed due to a late flowering season. Wear warm clothes and suitable footwear. Meet by the grain elevator at the Western Development Museum parking lot on Lorne Ave. Leader: Sara Bryson (306-261-6156)

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Introduction to Spring Birding:Wed. Apr. 25th, May 2nd & 9th (2-4pm): 
Using spring waterfowl as examples, we will develop identification skills:  observe field marks and bird behavior, recognize bird song and understand the role of habitat in finding and identifying birds.  We will also review binoculars, field guides and smart phone apps that can enhance your birding experience.  You can even use your newly developed skills to contribute to "Citizen Science". The 3rd session will be held outside at a city park. SCOA is a non-profit agency providing programs and services to seniors in Saskatoon and area.
Cost:$30      Ages: 55 and older     Location: 2020 College Drive
To register please call 306-652-2255.

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HOME DELIVERY: 

We offer delivery of "The Best Birdfood in Town" and our other products. If you'd like your product delivered please call us at 306-955-2473. ($5 within 10 min. Over 10 min. will cost more.)

NOTE: If you'd like to share your photos of birds please do so on our Facebook or bring them into the store for our bulletin board.