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City Parks, Pets, Places

Parks, Pets, Places

February in Fish Creek

The February Fish Creek Speaker Series - Alberta Native Bee Council Thursday, February 28, 2019, 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm Fish Creek Environmental Learning Centre,...

Go to Bat for Little Brown Bats!

The Little Brown Bat (myotis lucifugus) is the most common bat species in Alberta. While some little brown bats migrate to the Eastern...

January News from the Friends of Nose Hill

Many of you came to our November annual general meeting. Thank you to our guest speaker for her very interesting report on "wildlife...

Chinooks and Hibernating Animals

by Jenna McFarland There are so many benefits to living in a beautiful city like Calgary. Most residents will agree the easy access to...

January in Fish Creek

Save the Date - Friends AGM is on Thursday, January 31, 2019 Registration at 6:30 pm, Meeting starts at 7:00 pm Fish Creek Environmental Learning...

December News from the Friends of Nose Hill

We were recently invited to join the National Community Park Group Network of "Park People". The group has online resources, a Community Park...

Fish Creek Winter Programs and Events

Friends of Fish Creek 25th Anniversary Bricks With the holidays just around the corner, now is the perfect time to dedicate a brick in...

Whistling Beauties: The Tundra Swan

Although not a permanent resident of our immediate area, birders flock to see Tundra Swans in our inland waterways as they migrate through...

Pet Safety: What’s Under Your Christmas Tree?

Many of us have an ideal picture in our heads of the perfect glowing Christmas tree in front of the hearth with flowers...

From Surprise Snowbank to Restored Riverbank

    On October 6, Calgary River Valleys staff, Leaf Ninjas, and volunteers including MLA Greg Clark, got dirty to help keep the Elbow River...

Your Pet’s Behavioural (Mental) Health!

When you have a pet, you take it to the veterinarian for annual physical examinations, vaccinations, and to treat any physical illness or...

Our Coy Canine Neighbours: the Coyote

We share our city with many predators including coyotes. Coyotes are an important species in the ecosystem and usually can co-exist nicely with...