M E E T I N G S
Members of Nature Regina are interested in many aspects of our outdoor environment, including plants, animals, landforms, climate, and cultural history. Every third Monday from September to June, there is a presentation at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum (located at the South East corner of Albert St. and College Ave.) preceded by a brief meeting. EXCEPTION: Depending on the year, the December meeting may be the SECOND Monday in December. See the Events Calendar for dates.
The Topics of these presentations are found on the events calendar.
Nature Regina also organizes field trips in and around Regina. These trips are usually held on the weekend, and are led by members. There is no cost, although carpooling is recommended and it is polite to offer to share gas costs. Most field trips leave from the parking lot of the Royal Saskatchewan Museum. Please see more information on the field trips here.
N E W S L E T T E R S
Six times a year the newsletter informs Nature Regina members about Society’s activities as well as other environmental concerns and information.
Your Nature Regina website: if you’d like to submit photos for possible use on this website, or have any suggestions for this site, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Whether you are a backyard birdwatcher, an outdoor enthusiast, a conservation activist, or a seasoned naturalist join us and share your interests and experience. Download the Nature Regina Membership Form and mail it with your cheque to Nature Regina, Box 291, Regina, SK S4P 3A1 or bring it to the monthly meeting & presentation.