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Cool Fact! We have launched a new service — Telephone Check-In. History Inthe Fort's Town council set up the first official library in the basement of the Community Hall.

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The library added 8, new items in bringing the total to ,! This list of birds of Saskatchewan includes all the bird species confirmed in the Canadian province of Saskatchewan as determined by Nature Saskatchewan.

S Straggler - species with 30 or fewer records per Nature Saskatchewan H Hypothetical - species lacking a specimen, photograph, or sound recording per Nature Saskatchewan; these also are "stragglers" but are not marked as such I Introduced - established solely as result of human intervention, either directly in Saskatchewan or elsewhere saaskatchewan North America Contents. Ten species have been introduced to Saskatchewan or elsewhere in Sazkatchewan America.

One species is extincttwo have been extirpatedand another mistress severa be extinct.

Someone from the library will be in touch with you shortly! As of Septemberthere were species on the Nature Saskatchewan checklist. Between when the Nature Saskatchewan list was published and Julyone additional species has been documented in eBird.

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The sharp-tailed grouse is the official provincial bird of Saskatchewan. All rights reserved.

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