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Nature Alberta Magazine is published especially for our Nature Alberta members. It comes out four times per year (Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter) in full-colour E-version and a print copy. Become a Nature Alberta member today to get your subscription.
Like to write? Want to contribute? We gladly accept article submissions for Nature Alberta magazine. Deadlines for contributions are February 28, May 31, August 31 and November 30 respectively. The Editor: may edit for length and format, reserves the right to accept or reject any article, may send content for external review, and may require authors to revise articles prior to publication. Contact the Nature Alberta Magazine Editor by email email@example.com for more information and completed submission guidelines. As a non-profit organization, Nature Alberta appreciates writers’ submissions, but we do not reimburse nor pay a fee for any submitted content.
NatureWILD magazine is produced for our Nature Kids program. This colourful and learning-based e-magazine is full great information and fun activities for young naturalists ages 4 to 12. NatureWILD is just one of the many benefits of having a Nature Alberta Family Membership and being part of the Nature Kids program. Get your Nature Alberta Family Membership today >>
Nature Alberta has been publishing some form of a quarterly newsletter since 1971. Eventually our newsletter evolved into our Nature Alberta Magazine. Our historical newsletters contains a wealth of information about Alberta’s natural history with articles written by many of Alberta’s well-known expert and amateur naturalists alike. We have scanned and uploaded the first 25 years of newsletters and are pleased to share these archives with you. Read them here >>
It began in 1992 when Nature Alberta self-published and distributed the Atlas of Breeding Birds of Alberta. The experience gained from this project has led to our involvement in the development and distribution of several other publications, and since then, Nature Alberta has collaborated with member clubs, government agencies and individuals to produce several additional natural history books. Nature Alberta has received both the Emerald Award and the Premier’s Award of Excellence for three of its publications. You’ll find these books and more in our online store >>
In 1970, six natural history clubs joined together to form the Federation of Alberta Naturalists. Today, this same organization, known as Nature Alberta serves a membership of over 40 clubs and represents thousands of individuals across the province. Every one of these individuals share a passion for natural history.
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