Are there Wild Turkeys in Alberta?

So you might be wondering if you can find wild turkeys in Alberta. The answer is yes! These birds are actually native to North America and can be found in a variety of habitats throughout the province, especially in the south and central regions.

They almost became extinct in the 1900s because of habitat loss and overhunting. Fortunately, people started working to save them and now they’re doing better than ever.

You might have seen pictures of wild turkeys before – they’re pretty big and have some pretty cool feathers. Males have iridescent feathers and a big, fan-shaped tail, while females are more drab but still pretty interesting.

If you’re hoping to spot some wild turkeys on your visit to Alberta, there are a few places you might want to check out.

Provincial parks and nature reserves like Writing-on-Stone, Elk Island National Park, and Kananaskis Country are all good options. And if you’re feeling adventurous, you might even find some wild turkeys on private land or in rural areas.

Just remember, these are wild animals, so it’s important to keep your distance and not approach or feed them. With a little bit of luck, you’ll be able to catch a glimpse of these impressive birds during your visit to Alberta. Happy turkey-spotting!

How Much Do Teachers Make in Alberta?

Obviously, teacher salaries vary wildly, depending on location, education level, type of teacher and so on. If you just need some general ballpark figures, we can help you out.

We broke down Alberta teachers salary ranges by the type of teacher an education level/years of experience.

The best way to answer this question is in the following way:

How much do teachers make annually in Alberta? A classroom teacher makes between $56,000 and $104,000+. A principal makes between $80,000 and $128,000. A superintendent makes between $104,000 and $128,000.

This chart gives a more specific breakdown of education level and years of experience. (All Dollar Amounts are CAD)

Type of Teacher Degrees/Years/Level of Education Salary
Classroom Teacher Bachelor’s degree (0-2 years of experience) $56,000 – $68,000
Classroom Teacher Bachelor’s degree (3+ years of experience) $68,000 – $80,000
Classroom Teacher Master’s degree $80,000 – $92,000
Classroom Teacher Doctoral degree $92,000 – $104,000
Classroom Teacher Additional qualifications (e.g. specialist certification) $104,000+
Principal Bachelor’s degree (0-2 years of experience) $80,000 – $92,000
Principal Bachelor’s degree (3+ years of experience) $92,000 – $104,000
Principal Master’s degree $104,000 – $116,000
Principal Doctoral degree $116,000 – $128,000
Superintendent Bachelor’s degree (0-2 years of experience) $104,000 – $116,000
Superintendent Bachelor’s degree (3+ years of experience) $116,000 – $128,000

For even more accuracy and details about teachers earnings in Alberta, we recommend visiting this Alberta Salaries Site here.

It’s hard to pinpoint a precise salary for a profession like teaching. If you asked to Alberta teachers about their salary, you might get 2 different answers, but this gets us in the range to get a general sense of the profession.

In Summary

  • An Alberta classroom teacher makes between $56,000 and $104,000+.
  • An Alberta principal makes between $80,000 and $128,000.
  • An Alberta superintendent makes between $104,000 and $128,000.

What Time is it in Alberta?

For more details about Alberta Time Changes and Daylight Savings information, check out our post about that here.

Are Alberta Registries Open on Weekends?

As Alberta registry services are private entities, they are free to determine their hours of operation. There are no provincial rules that dictate that they be open on weekends.

Are Alberta Registries open on Weekends? Some registries, such as Alberta One-Stop Registry, are open 7 days a week, while some others are closed on Saturday and/or Sunday.

*Albert One-Stop Registry is closed on the 2nd Sunday of every month.

Using this handy link here, you will find an interactive Alberta Registries map. You can find the registry agent closest to you that is open on the weekend.

In Summary

  • Some Alberta Registries are open on Weekends, and some are not.
  • Alberta Registry agents are private companies that make their own hours.
  • Use the interactive map to find a nearby registry office for directions and hours and days of operation.