The Buffalo Lake Nature Club
The Buffalo Lake Naturalist Club was formed in 1973. The Club participated in the development of the West Stettler Park.
To encourage local Albertans to increase their knowledge and appreciation of natural history.
To Work towards conservation of natural areas and native species of animal and plant life.
To help prevent misuse of our natural resources
To promote the study of natural history through varied channels of communication, field trips, outdoor activities and inventories
The Buffalo Lake Nature Club are a founding member of Nature Alberta, (originally Federation of Alberta Naturalists). Nature Alberta is the voice of all Alberta Naturalists. Nature Alberta keeps us up to date on provincial issues and concerns. B.L.N.C. has a representative on the board of directors. Visit Nature Alberta at http://naturealberta.ca/
Participate in studies such as the May species count, Christmas Bird Count, owl surveys, Annual Butterfly count, Wildflower Survey and Breeding Bird Survey.
Take part in hiking, camping, canoeing/kayaking, and a host of other activities.
Enjoy guest speakers and presentations.
Contribute to the development of the organization.
See "Contact Us" for mailing address.