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A number of pages on the Government of Saskatchewan`s web site have been professionally translated in French. These translations are identified by a yellow text box that resembles the link below and can be found in the right hand rail of the page. The home page for French-language content on this site can be found here:

Renseignements en Français

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Wildlife Species At Risk

The Government of Saskatchewan protects species at risk and their habitats from risks to their survival associated with human activity. The focus is directed at the needs of provincially threatened and endangered species, and is integrated with the federal Species at Risk Act.

Saskatchewan Conservation Data Centre

The centre is a partnership between the province and several non-government organizations with the mandate to manage information related to species at risk in Saskatchewan.

The centre maintains a centralized database of information on the status, location and ecology of Saskatchewan species. The database supports conservation planning, recovery, research and monitoring of species at risk.

2018 Ferruginous Hawks Survey Project

In Spring 20118,the Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment, with funding from Environment and Climate Change Canada, conducted a province-wide inventory of ferruginous hawks. Results from the inventory will be used to guide stewardship and to monitor population trends of this endangered species in the province.

If you are interested in learning to identify different raptors or participating in future ferruginous hawk survey projects, please view the webinars to help you better understand the ferruginous hawk survey project.

#1 – General Overview – how to participate

#2 – Tips and Tricks – how to identify nesting birds

#3 – Survey Protocol – how to plan your survey

#4 – Survey 123 app – how to collect and submit data 

Please make sure you view the first webinar to understand what you need to participate in ferruginous hawk nest searches. Webinars 2 to 4 are more detailed about what you need to know before heading out into the field.

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