Looks like the southwest corner of Saskatchewan is absolute best for sun exposure. Though, the whole zone south of Saskatoon gets high sun exposure.

On 2019-06-28, I searched the Saskatchewan provincial website for maps and reports about solar coverage and wildlife migration. You can find a lot of map information on the Saskatchewan map data site. Just not about sunlight and wildlife migration.

So I let Duckduckgo show me where to find "solar intensity map insolation saskatchewan". And you can find a lot of help at Energy Hub. Even focusing on specific provinces, such as Saskatchewan. Saskatchewan receives the highest amount of solar energy in Canada. You can map the photovoltaic potential yourself using the data from Natural Resources Canada. If that's what you seek.

Saskatchewan Solar Exposure. EnergyHub.org

Alternative map source: Ecosmartsun.ca

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