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Fall Biodiversity Challenge

By Steph Weizenbach / 16 September 2022

Contribute nature observations between Sept 15 – 18 anywhere in Alberta on iNaturalist!

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Heart-Shaped Wildflower Bouquet

By Steph Weizenbach / 1 August 2022

Learn about native flowers and noxious weeds with this hands-on activity.

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from pixabay. American Kestrel

BirdSmart Education Program

By Nature Kids / 26 June 2022

Presented by the Beaverhilll Bird Observatory, “BirdSmart” brings a live bird of prey right to your group!

Mid-November to Late-April

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Wild for Wildlife Workshop

By Nature Kids / 16 June 2022

June 25, 2022 Learn how you can help protect wildlife while you’re outdoors in this family-focused presentation from Parks Canada!

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Build a Listening Lid

By Nature Kids / 1 June 2022

Use this Listening Lid to help you hear all the sounds nature has to offer!

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Tree Planting for BiodiverCity

By Steph Weizenbach / 30 May 2022

Sat, June 11; select your time slot: 9:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. or 1 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Rundle Park in Edmonton

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From Pixabay

Survival of the Fish-est

By Nature Kids / 1 March 2022

These fish-tastic activities are sure to make a splash as they help you learn how fish survive in the water.

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Budding Birders Guides

By Nature Kids / 8 February 2022

Get your naturalist on with these birding guides from Nature Calgary

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What happens to fish when the pond turns to ice?

By Nature Kids / 11 January 2022

Lakes and ponds that fish live in over the winter do not freeze all the way to the bottom. A layer of water at the top of the pond freezes. The ice and snow on top insulate the water, helping keep the water at around the same temperature throughout the winter. The air against your…

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How do trees survive the winter without leaves?

By Nature Kids / 10 January 2022

First, let’s talk about what leaves are. Leaves help trees turn sunlight into energy, but only if they are uncovered. If snow covers the leaves, they can’t make any more energy. One of the reasons some trees lose their leaves in the fall is because they won’t be able to use the leaves during the…

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