We rely on donations from individuals and organizations like you who make our work possible. Please support our nature education, conservation and citizen science projects. Your support helps Nature Alberta effect change on issues of provincial significance, including bird conservation, species at risk and wilderness protection. All financial and in-kind contributions are gratefully acknowledged.
Nature Alberta is incorporated as the Federation of Alberta Naturalists under the Alberta Societies Act and is a registered charitable organization (Registered Charity # 118913896 RR0001). Financial summaries are provided in our annual reports (please check out our Publications) or call us to request a copy of our annual audited financial reports.
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In 1970, six natural history clubs joined together to form the Federation of Alberta Naturalists. Today, this same organization, now known as Nature Alberta serves a membership of over 40 clubs and represents thousands of individuals across the province. These individuals share a passion for natural history.
Natural history is the study of plants or animals, using observational rather than experimental methods.
Alberta is fortunate to have a wide diversity of wildlife and wild spaces. All native plants and animals have a right to co-exist with Albertans, who in turn benefit by having access to a healthy, natural environment. Increasing our understanding of nature will lead to increased enjoyment of it.