Tuesday, June 18, 6:45 PM – 8:30 PM

Members only field trip.

The Restoring 71 Project is a habitat conservation initiative operated by Aaron and Katie Suek on their acreage near Grandora SK. Over 3.5 km of mowed trails provide access to a variety of habitat patches including wetland, mature woodland, shrubs, and open grassland. This oasis is home to 87 wildlife species and 33 native plant species. Wildlife species include loggerhead shrike, common nighthawk, Canadian toad, tiger salamander and a handful of other species of conservation concern.

Bring a hat, water and suitable clothing and footwear for the weather.

This event is a members-only event for current Saskatoon Nature Society members.

Non-members are welcome to register after taking out a 2019 membership 
($20 single / $30 family) by clicking the link below.

Meet at NW corner of the intersection of 22nd St W at Witney Avenue.
Carpools will be arranged from that location.


Directions to property will be emailed to registered participants.

Bus: Route 60 Confederation departs University terminal at 6:05 pm, City Centre at 6:15 pm and arrives near meeting point at about 6:30 pm.

Leaders:
Renny Grilz (306-262-4970).

Loggerhead Shrike
by May Haga