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where i found it. saskatchewan This is a Saskatchewan flower this flowers name is Western red lily so that's the name of this flower it was found In 1941, the Western red lily was named Saskatchewan's floral emblem. In 1969 it was put on Saskatchewan's official flag. This is a important flower to this country. sun 4. 6. So in Saskatchewan if you want see the part Saskatchewan is I will show you. So in Saskatchewan the capital city is Regina and the bird in Saskatchewan is the The sharp-tailed grouse is one of Saskatchewan's most popular game birds. It was selected as the provincial bird emblem in 1945. internet
saskpower BY: SAANE!!!!! I HOPED YOU LIKED IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Saskatchewan famous people. Writers/Artists retreats are offered and subsidized through the Saskatchewan Writers' Guild and Saskatchewan with funding from Saskatchewan Lotteries, SaskCulture and the Saskatchewan Arts Board. An ecoregion is relatively large area of land that contains a geographically distinct pattern of recurring ecosystems. Each ecoregion is associated with a particular combination of soil types, landforms, and plant and animal species. Each ecoregion has a name, which is in general inspired by the dominant features of the ecoregion. There are 11 ecoregions in Saskatchewan. The name for the province of Saskatchewan comes from the Cree, who called the Saskatchewan River "Kisiskatchewani Sipi," meaning swiftly flowing river. Saskatchewan flag
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