President

President’s Message

May 2020

 

As we continue to follow Covid-19 recommendations and restrictions, I want to remind you all that nature can be a wonderful way to relieve stress and improve mental health. I recently acquired my first pair of proper birding binoculars and am looking forward to taking them on walks around my neighborhood in an effort to achieve sightings of the migratory and returning birds that I’m hearing from my backyard. Set some nature goals for yourself this summer; to see a bird or plant on your life list, find a rare species, to visit 5, 10 or all of the entries in the Guide to Nature Viewing Sites, walk all or part of the Meewasin Trail, plan a pollinator garden full of native plants, or learn to identify common trees along our riverbanks. You can also improve your nature knowledge at home by watching webinars, like the Birds Canada one recently done by LeeAnn Latremouille for beginner birding, or taking the time to reacquaint yourself with your field guides. Whatever activity you choose to do, our members are still connected and a great resource via phone or email. I want to wish everyone a safe and healthy Spring and Summer.

May Haga

Sarah Bryson

Saskatoon Nature Society

Connecting People and Nature

Saskatoon Nature Society
Box 27013 Grosvenor Park
Saskatoon, SK S7H 5N9

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Saskatoon Nature Society
Box 27013 Grosvenor Park
Saskatoon, SK S7H 5N9