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Changes to Plant S-Ranks; Festuca halli S3
November 27, 2017: The Botanical Assessment Working Group (BAWG) recently completed subnational rank reassessments of five vascular plant taxa. Five taxa were added to the provincial tracking list, one of which was a new addition to the provincial species list. View full story.

Taxonomic Key to the Saskatchewan Cryptantha
November 27, 2017: The Botanical Assessment Working Group (BAWG) has posted a key to the Saskatchewan Cryptantha, after clearing up some confusion surrounding the two perennial species found in the province. The document can be found on the SKCDC website under Resources>>Publications>>Taxonomic Resources.
SKCDC Field Work Update
October 16, 2017: Visit our projects page to see what SKCDC staff have been out searching for these past few summers. This year, surveys were conducted for Ord's Kangaroo Rats, breeding birds, Small White Lady's-slippers (Cypripedium candidum), and Fascicled Ironweed (Vernonia fasculata), see the details!
iNaturalist.ca: A Community for Naturalists
August 2, 2017: With iNaturalist you can submit photos and locations of species you observe in nature, and other users can verify or help figure out what that creature in the photo is. The SKCDC, along with other organizations and scientists, can then use these observations to understand where organisms occur across the globe. You can also join our SKCDC and iMapInvasives projects! Learn more.
Wild Species 2015 Report
July 4, 2017: Every five years, the National General Status Working Group produces a report on the status of wild species in Canada. The 2015 report assessed 29,848 species across Canada and found 20% of these species to be at some risk of extinction. The report was released June 16th and can now be downloaded from the Wild Species web site.
Invasive Species Information Cards
June 5, 2017: New invasive species information cards have been posted to our invasives page under additional resources. Instructions for printing may be found on the last page.
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