June News from the Friends of Nose Hill

by Anne BurkeThe City maintains 984 kilometers of regional pathways and 96 kilometers of trails. In the late 1960s, Calgarians thought of a system of...

May News from the Friends of Nose Hill

by Anne BurkeThe province of Alberta ensures that wildlife is protected and conserved through the Wildlife Act. While wildlife is provincially regulated, the...
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April News from the Friends of Nose Hill

Join our guided Crocus Cruise and Plants in Bloom walks this spring/summer. Information at www.fonhs.org. This year’s City Nature Challenge Calgary 2020 will...
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March News from the Friends of Nose Hill

Calgary Captured has placed and managed almost 70 remote wildlife cameras in Calgary parks, including Nose Hill. With the help of citizen scientists,...
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February News from the Friends of Nose Hill

by Anne BurkeWhen the City’s plan for paved pathways in Nose Hill was approved by City Council in July 2005, we understood, during...
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January News from the Friends of Nose Hill

The City conducted a Downtown Off-Leash Dog Area Study. In Calgary, there are off-leash areas at 157 locations and 1,200 hectares city-wide. The...
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December News from the Friends of Nose Hill

Trees, plants and weeds on public land belong to the City, so it is illegal to