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Initial Last Name Area Available Language
A Smith Avonlea Anytime English, some French, Spanish
I am a professional ornithologist living in the village of Avonlea. Avonlea is only 40 minutes from the city of Regina and is the closet place to the city to see grassland and badland birds in the province. I will provide free advice or guide for a fee. I am the author of the "Atlas Saskatchewan Birds" and coauthor of the upcoming "Birds of Saskatchewan".
K Hedegard Estevan Anytime English
W Seldura Humboldt Weekend English
I live in Humboldt and have been in Canada for two years from the Philippines. The Quill Lakes are just an hour from Humboldt.
G Foley Regina Anytime English
I am a university student in Regina. Regina is within a couple hours drive of several bird refuges (Chaplin, Quill Lakes, Old Wives Lake) and Grasslands National Park. Excellent prairie birding.
N Saunders Saskatoon Anytime English
M Haga Saskatoon Anytime English, some French
I have recently taken up nature photography and am just discovering birds and their habitats. A river runs through our city and the easily accessible surrounding area offers habitat for many birds, spring and fall are best.
C McBain Saskatoon Anytime English
Outdoor enthusiast and amateur photographer.

K Moore Val Marie, Saskatchewan Varies. Sometimes I have great flexibility while other times work takes me away English
I work full time but there are times that I can take time off to go birding in the grasslands near where I live. Depending on the time of year we'd see 4-5 prairie sparrows, longspurs, burrowing owls, various hawks including Feruginous. I'm also a naturalist in general and like herptiles and night road work in season. Area:
Northern Prairie Species

Area Birds:
Prairie Species on the northern edge of grassland biome in North America.
Nature: birdwatching, photography, butterflies, Travel: stroll, walking, hiking, car, biking, long walk, Visit: tourist site, museum, monument, arboretum,

Professional Guides

If you contact a professional Birdingpal guide you must be prepared to pay a fee for guiding services.

Initial Last Name Area Available Language

Local Information
Name Description
Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Saskatchewan
Local weather Yahoo
Nature Regina Club
Latest Sights RBR
Nature Saskatchewan Sites
Quill Lakes Sites
Grasslands National Park Sites
Birding Hotspots around the world Sites

Last update 02/03/2014