Jumbo Wild: The Movement

Wildsight works to protect wildlife, water and wild places in Canada’s Columbia and Rocky Mountain regions.

Blue skies, wildflowers and 360 degree views of the mountains and glaciers greeted us as we headed up to the Jumbo Pass. On August 20…Read More 
Grizzly Gulch

A Day in Grizzly Country

September 6, 2016
My best adventure stories usually start with bad decisions. As lightning strikes  around us I can’t help but think that we should have stayed…Read More 
If you drive to Alberta along Highway 3 this month, you’ll probably have to slow down when you come up to Emerald and Crowsnest…Read More 
Photo by Lucas Jmieff

Job Posting: Administrator

August 31, 2016
We're looking for a 0.6 FTE (24 hours/week) Administrator with a mind for systems and a passion for the environment to work…Read More 
This summer 15 youth from across the region tackled some of the most rugged and remote wilderness in the Kootenays on Wildsight’s six-day…Read More 
Bryce Comer has been working on a film about Mountain Caribou for the last eight years. He has generously agreed to share video updates pulling…Read More 
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The Real Thing: The Natural History of Ian McTaggart Cowan (Kimberley & Cranbrook)

Briony Penn, Victoria-based author and professor will be visiting College of the Rockies in Cranbrook on Wednesday September 28th with her new book called… View Event

The Real Thing: The Life of Ian McTaggart Cowan, Father of Canadian Ecology (Invermere)

Wildsight is pleased to host Salt Spring Island author and professor, Briony Penn and her biographical tribute, The Real Thing: The Natural History of Ian… View Event

Columbia Wetlands Waterbird Survey

Do you love the Columbia Wetlands, birds, and being outside? If so, participating in the Columbia Wetlands Waterbird Survey may be for you! View Event

The Real Thing: The Natural History of Ian McTaggart Cowan (Golden)

Ian McTaggart Cowan (1910–2010), revolutionized the way North Americans understood the natural world and is known as the “father of Canadian ecology.” He was… View Event