The Saskatoon Nature Society has publications available for purchase.
A Guide to Nature Viewing Sites in and around Saskatoon.
Enjoy the beauty of nature close to home! The Saskatoon Nature Society invites you to explore 36 hot-spots for finding wild plants, birds, animals and other creatures in parks and natural areas in and around Saskatoon.
This third edition features clear directions and maps, GPS coordinates, full-colour photographs of landscapes and species, and fascinating nature facts that may surprise you. Whether you are a long-time resident or a newcomer, looking for an outdoor break from work or a good place for a stroll, this Guide is for you. It is available through the Saskatoon Nature Society and several Saskatoon bookstores and retail outlets.
Birds of the Saskatoon Area
Published by the Saskatoon Nature Society and Nature Saskatchewan.
Birds of the Saskatoon Area introduces the reader to the climate, land forms, and vegetation of the region. It provides detailed information and maps on birding hot spots, as well as informative accounts of abundance, migratory movements, breeding, and habitat preference of each species. Intended primarily for local residents interested in birds and the outdoors, it will also be much appreciated by visitors to the area. Based on the accumulated observations of over 200 observers during a period of 45 years, it is a comprehensive introduction to the 341 species of birds so far identified in Saskatoon and surrounding area.
Sponsored jointly by Nature Saskatchewan and the Saskatoon Nature Society, over 300 pages in length, it contains 40 line drawing by local artists, 27 habitat photographs, and 14 colour maps. Designed to accompany a field guide, it is available from the Saskatoon Nature Society, Nature Saskatchewan (Regina), and some Saskatoon bookstores.
Thanks to the Sun
This is a scrapbook of nature notes about the northern prairies; edited by Peter Jonker, it combines a carefully chosen collection of articles written by society members for our weekly Nature Notes column in the former Sunday Sun with a wonderful selection of photographs and illustrations. In all, over one hundred people have had a hand in producing the slightly more than 200 pages of easy reading and enjoyment. It is available from the Saskatoon Nature Society.
Saskatoon Nature Society
Connecting People and Nature
Saskatoon Nature Society
Box 448, RPO University
Saskatoon, SK S7N 4J8