We explore, appreciate and share in natural areas in and around Calgary.
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.
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This event is cancelled due to the road into Bebo Grove is closed. A new trip is scheduled for the same day - Bird Votier's Flats in Fish Creek Provincial Park Take Glenmore Tr SW to 14 St SW. Go S on 14 St to Anderson Rd. Turn right (West) and go to 24 St SW. Turn left (South) and follow it to its end in the parking lot. Leader Howard Heffler, 403-284-2961Find out more »
Take Elbow Drive to the very southern end and follow it to the parking lot. Leader Howard Heffler, 403-284-2961.Find out more »
From Glenmore Trail, go S at 18 St SE to 2nd stoplight, turn right & follow signs to Park. Meet in parking lot, leader Tony Timmons 403-256-0754.Find out more »
This event has been rescheduled due to cold weather to March 9. North Glenmore Park, Weaselhead Natural area. We'll walk over to the edge to watch hundreds of Magpies leave their overnight roosting area as the sun rises at 7:18am. Following this we"ll walk down into the Weaselhead to look for other winter birds. Meet in the Weaselhead parking lot, 37 St. SW and 66 Ave. As we will be standing around 30+ minutes watching the birds fly out so please…Find out more »
North Glenmore Park, Weaselhead Natural area. We'll walk over to the edge to watch hundreds of Magpies leave their overnight roosting area as the sun rises. Following this we"ll walk down into the Weaselhead to look for other winter birds. Meet in the Weaselhead parking lot, 37 St. SW and 66 Ave. As we will be standing around 30+ minutes watching the birds fly out so please dress warmly. Leader, Bernie Diebolt, 403 210-2446Find out more »
City Nature Challenge: 2019 "Scavenger Hunt" for Saturday, April 27 from 10:00 to 12:00 PM at Inglewood Bird Sanctuary, 2425 9 Ave S.E., Calgary. Be part of this exciting Bioblitz to see how Calgary's urban biodiversity compares with over 190 cities around the world! It’s easy to participate! Just bring your love for all nature, a dash of curiosity, your finest observation skills and something to take pictures or draw with. There is no limit to what can be documented. All observations are then sent to iNaturalist.org. Contact Joan Walker 403-271-4578 for…Find out more »
Nature Kids: Who Am I? Put your detective skills to the test as you use clues and fun facts to investigate Alberta's amazing wildlife. This will be an indoor, games-based activity. Cost for our program participants will be provided. During the event, families who wish to see the exhibits may pay the admission fee or explore the nature park around the centre. The program is limited to 30 participants; therefore, we ask that you please RSVP by email at firstname.lastname@example.org…Find out more »
Update May 4 - The bus trip to Invermere has been cancelled due to not enough participants to cover the cost of the bus. Those who have already registered will be given a full refund. Nature Calgary Annual Bus Trip Birding Invermere BC This full day adventure will provide a wonderful opportunity to bird the beautiful environs of the Invermere area made famous by their “Wings over the Rockies Festival”. Members $50.00 Non-members $70.00 Please pay via the website or…Find out more »
Update (May 6): This event has been cancelled due to a conflict with the May Bird Study Group meeting. Pearce Estate Park. A mid-week evening walk. Bird Pearce Estates Park (Sam Livingston Fish Hatchery). Meet in parking lot. 1440 17A St SE, N off Blackfoot Trail. Leader Phil Cram 403-815-0784.Find out more »
Birds and Geology of Edworthy Park. Meet at the west end of the Edworthy Pedestrian Bridge. From North: follow Shaganappi Trail to extreme south end and continue straight into parking lot, walk across the pedestrian bridge to meeting point. From South: Enter Park at west end of Spruce Drive SW and follow road downhill, park just before train tracks, walk across tracks and continue straight, follow the path to the west end of the Pedestrian Bridge. All welcome, Leader Dave Russum, 403-284-4775.Find out more »
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