Help Protect our Bees: Ban the Neonicotinoid Imidacloprid

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

Invermere seeks Branch Manager

February 19, 2017
Wildsight Invermere Seeks Branch Manager - Posted February 20, 2017 Wildsight Invermere is the voice of environmental conservation in the Columbia Valley. We aim to engage…Read More 
Health Canada is currently taking public comments on the proposed ban of imidacloprid, a widely used neonicotinoid insecticide that many experts believe to be a…Read More 

To Recycling… And Beyond!

February 14, 2017
Beyond Recycling, our solutions-focused education program for intermediate students, is a 24-week journey through sustainability, energy, waste, food, water, and climate change. The…Read More 
In exciting news from the East—or the West, North or South, depending on where you're reading this—the Wildsight Elk Valley branch will…Read More 

Let's Go Outside!

February 9, 2017
“The children are the future” is something that people have been saying ever since the future was the past. When taken literally, it’s a…Read More 
In light of recent charges brought against Teck under the Fisheries Act for fish deaths resulting from the failure of their selenium treatment plant in…Read More 
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Wild Ideas Fernie: Planning your Garden with Mary Cosman

  Please join us for our monthly gathering at Infinitea Tea Bar at 7pm on Monday, February 20 as we discuss planning our upcoming and… View Event

Our Wild Purcells & Golden Branch AGM

The wild Purcell Mountains have long been filled with adventurers, photographers and rabble rousers. Join award-winning author and photographer, Dave Quinn, to celebrate the… View Event

Wildlife Management Roundtable with Local Candidates

Wildsight will be participating in a wildlife management roundtable with the East Kootenay Wildlife Association, the Elk Valley Rod and Gun Club, the Southern Guide… View Event

Wild Ideas Invermere: Sense of Place

The third instalment in our "community building" series will look at Sense of Place. Sense of Place refers to a feeling of belonging, understanding and… View Event