Ruffed Grouse, White-breasted Nuthatch, Red-breasted Nuthatch, Black-capped Chickadee, Downy Woodpecker, Hairy Woodpecker, Common Raven,…for example.
Tune into the iNaturalist app to discover the names of what you find. Just take a picture of any organism after downloading the app.
Richard St. Barbe Baker Stories
Inspirational heritage stories, fun nature connection activities, and celebrating the afforestation areas for families, schools, and youth groups. To view or download pdf, stbarbebaker.wordpress.com
For printed version contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Bird’s Eye View
Inside forests the adventurous find
Animals and birds of every kind
People, kids, families, invigorate…
Within my closed walls actuate
All those that wish to visit me.
Your hands are the key
To secrets untold
Will tiny birds angry scold?
Your mind will unlock the door
Perhaps, challenges yet are four
Hint: added clue on
The Legacy of Saskatoon’s Secret Forest
In this 14-minute documentary, now available on maxTV Local on Demand Television channels 46/346 you will discover:
~Why a 326-acre afforestation area was named after the early global
conservationist Richard St. Barbe Baker.
~How this « Man of the Trees » inspired environmental action and tree planting all over the world.
The YouTube version of the film launch has additional tributes from several conservation leaders who were inspired by Baker. Go to stbarbebaker.wordpress.com
Richard St. Barbe Baker Park
A new documentary available on maxTV Local on Demand Television channels 46/346. This prequel just in time to celebrate January 26 which is World Environmental Education Day
The story of 326 acres of farmland, planted to trees 50 years ago and forgotten, has been transformed into a popular park and its rich history uncovered.
Snowshoe Hare, White-tailed Jack Rabbit, Mule Deer, White-tailed Deer, American Red Squirrel and much more!