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90th Anniversary
Card Sale

Celebrating Nature Regina's 90th Anniversary, this special limited edition card set features ink drawings by Trevor Herriot and text from Margaret Belcher's 1980 edition of
“Birds of Regina”.

Proceeds from card sales go to Nature Regina to sustain our programs.

Orders can be sent to Please put "CARDS" in the subject line and include your name, phone number, number of sets you want, and the total dollar amount of your order. Make your payment ($25 per set of 10 cards) by e-transfer to To order by mail, send your order with payment to Nature Regina, Box 291, Regina, SK, S4P 3A1. 

Orders are for pick-up only. Pre-paid orders will be available to pick up at Nature Regina General Meeting events, or contact to make alternative pick up arrangements.

Card sets can be purchased at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum Gift Shop and at Nature
Regina General Meeting Events while quantities last.

One Set of Cards includes:
• 10 cards blank inside printed on FSC certified paper
• 10 self-seal envelopes made with Kraft brown paper
• each card features a different bird drawing by Trevor Herriot
• the back of each card includes an except of text about the bird by Margaret Belcher


Margaret Belcher (1920 – 2003) was an educator, author and ornithologist, as well as a lover of literature, nature, and the prairies. Born at Dilke, she became a professor of French at Regina College, now University of Regina. She was very involved with the Saskatchewan Natural History Society, and wrote its history in 1996. She authored The Birds of Regina (1961, 1980). She became a member of the Regina Natural History Society in 1944, led many birding walks and was part of Christmas and May Bird Counts for over 40 years. In recognition of her outstanding service, she was made an Honourary Member of the Regina Natural History Society, and was named a Fellow of the Saskatchewan Natural History Society in 1989. She received the Saskatchewan Order of Merit in 1997, and in 2003 received the Queen's Golden Jubilee Medal.

Trevor Herriot is a grassland conservationist and naturalist who writes about human and natural history on the northern Great Plains. He has authored several books including the Globe and Mail bestseller Grass, Sky, Song: Promise and Peril in the World of Grassland Birds (2009), Governor General's Award shortlisted Jacob's Wound (2004), and Towards a Prairie Atonement (2016). Trevor's writing has appeared in The Globe and Mail and Canadian Geographic, as well as in several anthologies. He has written two radio documentaries for CBC's Ideas and is a regular guest on CBC Radio Saskatchewans Blue Sky. He and his wife, Karen, have four children and live in Regina.

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