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April News from the Friends of Nose Hill

According to the Parks Department, there is a plan for Nose Hill to redesign the parking lots, signage, install posts and some fences....

All Dogs Should Go to School!

Veterinarians often advise clients about behavioral issues with their pets. Statistically, behavior problems are the number one reason dogs are given up in...

April in Fish Creek

Spring Birding Course Starts April 1 During the spring, hundreds of bird species pass through or reside in Fish Creek Provincial Park. Through the...

March News from the Friends of Nose Hill

Due to the Parks & Pathway Bylaw review, Calgary Parks will explore allowing liquor at signed picnic sites, with food, as per provincial...

Our Little Robin Redbreast: The American Robin

The American robin is one of the most recognizable birds in Calgary. This large member of the thrush family has a distinct orange...

March in Fish Creek

Spring Birding Course Starts April 1 During the spring, hundreds of bird species pass through or reside in Fish Creek Provincial Park. Through the...

Geriatric Pets and Kidney Disease

As veterinary medicine and general pet care have evolved, more and more of our patients are considered geriatrics. Pets live much longer, on...

February News from the Friends of Nose Hill

The Calgary Parks Department is in the process of revising the 1998 Integrated Pest Management Plan and Council Policy (CSPS017). The update will...

Your Pet’s Heartbeat

You have your pet in for a routine physical examination and suddenly the expression on the vet’s face becomes much more intent as...

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...