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Conserving the Legacy: Wildlife Conservation in Saskatchewan, 1905-2005

by Wayne Pepper 2022

 

Nature Saskatchewan is delighted to announce our newest publication, Conserving the Legacy: Wildlife Conservation in Saskatchewan, 1905-2005. Having fallen in love with Saskatchewan's wildlife from his first experience watching male sharp-tailed grouse on their dancing ground, Wayne Pepper devoted a lifetime to wildlife conservation. In Conserving the Legacy, he relates personal experiences, augmented by extensive research andarchival photos, tracing changes in wildlife populations and demonstrating how approaches to wildlife conservation have evolved in the face of settlement, development and ecological change. A fitting tribute to the people, governments, and non-governmental organizations involved, this 392-page publication fills an important gap in our natural history record. All lovers of wildlife, professionals and amateurs alike, will find this an engaging and useful publication.

Conserving the Legacy: Wildlife Conservation in Saskatchewan, 1905-2005 is now available from Nature Saskatchewan’s online store and is now available at the retailers listed below for $34.95 + GST.

  • Turning the Tide (Saskatoon, SK)
  • McNally Robinson (Saskatoon, SK)
  • Penny University Bookstore (Regina, SK)
  • Rumour Handcrafted Gallery (Regina, SK)
     

 

 


 

Conserving the Legacy: Wildlife Conservation in Saskatchewan, 1905-2005 is currently available through the Nature Saskatchewan online store and will soon be available at select retailers throughout Saskatchewan. Retailers will be listed below as they become available.



 

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