Explore, appreciate, and preserve all the best parts of Calgary’s nature.
Exploring birds, plants and natural areas in Calgary since 1955.
Nature Calgary is a community of Calgarians that promotes the preservation of natural habitats, provides educational opportunities and supports the collection of natural history observations. Together we learn, explore and share. Everyone is invited to join us.
Calendar of Events
Due to weather or conditions, events may be revised or cancelled. Any events with recent updates are listed below.
Upcoming Events › UPDATED
Tour of Don Stiles' Red Deer Lake nestbox trail SW of Calgary. See young Mountain Bluebirds and/or Tree Swallows in the nest as well as to watch for other bird species and flowering plants. Meet at the Anderson LRT station, next to MacLeod Trail just S of pedestrian overpass. Leader, Don Stiles, 403-271-4689.Find out more »
Join Nature Alberta's Nature Kids and Nature Calgary along with many knowledgeable experts for our Women and Girls in Nature event. This event is for girls aged 7-14 and the special women in their lives to learn about careers in the science/nature/environmental field. Learn from women in various careers in this field and participate in a mini BioBlitz with our volunteer species ID experts. Meet at Edworthy Park, 5050 Spruce Drive SW. Pre-registration is required for this event and spaces are limited. To register email the Nature Kids Program…Find out more »
Special guests share their research, experiences and insights in our Speaker Series and Bird Study Group.
Nature Calgary is for all Calgarians
We are a non-profit and volunteer-run organization that connects Calgarians with nature. Everyone is welcome to learn, explore and share.