Red Deer River Naturalists

Summer Job Opportunity: Education and Program Coordinator, RDRN

Position: 
Education and Program Coordinator
Application Deadline: 
25 Mar 2022
Location: 
Red Deer

The RDRN is looking to hire a part-time Education and Program Coordinator. This position will be for 16 hours per week, for 16 weeks between May 1 and September 2, 2022. Contingent upon funding support, the position may be extended until September 15, 2023. $26.00/hr with compensation for use of personal vehicle. Read More

Summer Job Opportunity: Naturalist-In-Residence, RDRN

Position: 
Naturalist-In-Residence
Application Deadline: 
25 Mar 2022
Location: 
Red Deer

The RDRN is looking to hire a Naturalist-In-Residence. Contingent upon funding support, this position will be for 32- 40 hours per week, for 16 weeks, between May 1 and September 2, 2022. $26.00/hr., with compensation for use of personal vehicle. Read More

Bee Lifecycles: Understanding Pollinators

Jan 9 2011 - 1:00am to 4:00am

 

Eliese Watson, Founder of A.B.C- Apiaries and Bees for Communities, an educational organization focusing on the development of urban beekeeping and native-bee habitats, will be presenting on the life cycle of bees and understanding the role of pollinators in nature. Read More

Location

Kerry Wood Nature Centre
6300 45 Avenue
Red Deer , AB

2006 Nature Canada Conference: Adapting to Alberta ... Naturally

Red Deer River Naturalists

In celebration of its 100th anniversary, the Red Deer River Naturalists are hosting the 2006 Nature Canada conference from July 6th - 9th in Red Deer at the Black Knight Inn. The theme is "Adapting to Alberta ... Naturally," based on the understanding that biodiversity is sustained by species that have adapted their physiology and their behaviour to claim their own niche in the ecosystems they share.

Conference sessions and field trips will look at the fascinating way plants and animals have, over eons, adapted to the changing natural conditions in Alberta. Everyone is welcome to attend. Read More

Subscribe to Red Deer River Naturalists