Exploring the Diversity of Birds in Saskatchewan

Stan Shadick has seen more species of birds in Saskatchewan than anyone else. He started birding when he was just six years old, and now, decades later, he spends his time sharing his passion and expertise with others.

May 28 2024




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Cabin Country

Welcome to cabin country – where rolling parkland transitions to northern boreal forest that covers half of the province and frames nearly 100,000 lakes and rivers.
May 23 2023

Pick a Park

At these 11 provincial parks and recreation sites in central and southeast Saskatchewan, opportunities abound for boating and watersports, fishing, canoeing, kayaking and sunny summer days on the beach.
May 16 2023

For the Birds

Saskatchewan is located on the North American Central Flyway, one of the four major migratory bird routes on the continent. As such, there are enough opportunities for birdwatching that a dedicated birder could spend a summer spotting our feathered friends.
May 11 2023

Family Fun in the Boreal Forest

When was the last time you wandered through the woods? Enjoy the call of the wild with your family at Prince Albert National Park.
May 10 2023

Plan an urban dining tour in Saskatoon and Regina

Saskatchewan’s two largest cities continue to surprise and impress with a full menu of familiar and upcoming culinary establishments. Here is a sampling of places to check out on your next urban dining tour in Saskatoon and Regina.
May 03 2023

Sharing the North: Food Producers of Northern Saskatchewan

Hunting, foraging and fishing have been employed by Indigenous people in one form or another for thousands of years in the region. Now, people are sharing that abundance with the rest of the world.
May 02 2023