Nature Saskatchewan

Nature Saskatchewan

Address:206-1860 Lorne St, Suite 206
Regina, SK S4P2L7

Phone:306-780-9273
Fax:306-780-9263
Phone:800-667-4668
Web: www.naturesask.ca
Established: 1949. Description:Dedicated to protecting and preserving natural ecosystems and their biodiversity in the province of Saskatchewan. Promotes appreciation and understanding of the environment through education, conservation, and research. Owns and maintains six nature sanctuaries. Members: 1,400. Dues: $25/year ($30/year for families, $15/year for students, $20/year for seniors).
Publications: Nature Views (quarterly); free to members. Blue Jay Journal (quarterly); $25 for annual subscription.

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Meanwhile, Nature Saskatchewan (a provincial affiliate of Nature Canada) passed a resolution on September 26 that condemns predator bounties as "economically inefficient, counterproductive, and ecologically damaging, as demonstrated in various studies throughout the world.
Let this progressive resolution passed by Nature Saskatchewan be a clarion call to Nova Scotia and other jurisdictions that bounties and other mass killings of coyotes are ethically indefensible, ecologically reckless, and counter to sound scientific wildlife conservation," stated Paul Paquet, advisory board member of Project Coyote and senior scientist of the Raincoast Conservation Foundation.