Saskatchewan bird watching
Province Bird: Sharp-tailed Grouse
Checklist for Saskatchewan
Number of Species Seen in Saskatchewan: 357
Recommended Bird Field Guides:
Sibley Guide to Birds
National Geographic - Birds of North America
Birds of North America CD-ROM
Saskatchewan Birding Organizations:
Last Mountain Bird Observatory
Rare Bird Alerts:
Regina (306) 949-2505
Discover the top birding locations in Saskatchewan. Find out more about Saskatchewan Bird Clubs and Birding Organizations in Saskatchewan. Print out a checklist of Saskatchewan birds. Find the Rare Bird Alert Phone Numbers for Saskatchewan. Order books to help you become a better birder in Saskatchewan. Discover links to Saskatchewan Birding web sites. Print out special maps of Saskatchewan before you begin your trip.
Recommended Saskatchewan Birdwatching Hotspots:
50.52 N 106.03 W
Large numbers of shorebirds and waterfowl utilize Pelican Lake during both the spring and fall migration. Marbled Godwits, Wilson's Phalaropes and American Avocets are often present during the spring and fall migration.
Prince Albert National Park
54.00 N 106.50 W
The park is in a transitional zone where aspens and grasslands become boreal forest farther north. This is a great place to look for the northern forest specialties like Great Gray Owl, Boreal Chickadees and Black-backed Woodpeckers.
- More on Birding in Saskatchewan:
- Birding Festivals
- Saskatchewan Birding Page
- Hot Spots
- Quill Lakes Area
If you would like to recommend a great birding spot in this region, please feel free to contact us at info(at)birding.com. We welcome your suggestions!
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