My local Natural History Museum is the Royal Saskatchewan Museum, home to Mega-Munch and Scotty the T-Rex. My city, Regina, is in the grassland/steppe biome. Some notable organisms in this biome include the sharp-tailed grouse (our provincial bird!), coyote, and white-tailed dear. I sort of live on the outskirts of town, and it is not uncommon to see coyote or deer in the field that backs my neighbourhood. On account of the fact that I live in a city, the biodiversity is relatively weaker than it would be in a protected area. It is believed that the most threatened species in my area is the Greater Sage Grouse, with estimates that their population is under 100.