Join Wildsight Invermere and Shuswap elder Verna Stevens for a wild foraging walk. Verna will lead participants on a forest walk around Lake Enid, collecting ingredients to make traditional teas. For more info call 250-341-6898 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Saturday September 9th | 10am-12noon | Lake Enid Wildsight Members $25 Non-members $30 REGISTER NOW: click here!
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This popular tour is back again! Discover the wetlands, grasslands and forest that make the Columbia Valley an amazing place for birds! June is prime time for birds with over 180 species breeding in the area and an incredible medley of song. Join local naturalist and avid birder Cam Gillies for a birding excursion to … Continued
We need your participation in our Wildsight “float” at Invermere’s Canada Day Parade. Most of the other participants are on vehicles but we will Walk for the Wild. Kids, adults, dogs and other creatures welcome. Dress up, come as you are. Be creative. More info: email@example.com or call Mandi @250-341-6898.
A beautiful deeply fulfilling 4 sessions of relating with nature. Our Wild Nature Tours program is teaming up with Nathalie Forrest from Invermere Yoga for this unique contemplative approach to building presence and connection with yourself and nature. Each week we will bring a new reality based focus into our time with nature, we will discuss … Continued
The natural world supports our human creativity. Join Shuswap elder Elder Verna Stevens in making a ponderosa pine needle basket to take home. Saturday June 24 | 10am-12pm $25 for Wildsight Members $30 for non-Wildsight Members [Cost includes all materials] Event limited to 18 participants Register now More info? firstname.lastname@example.org | 250.341.6898
Bears: most people love them, many fear them, and many blame the animal when conflict occurs – but this is often due to a lack of understanding on our part. The reality is that we share the landscape with these “majestic”, “terrifying”, or “nuisance” creatures, having similar food interests and landscape requirements. Many British Columbians … Continued
Each year, thousands of grizzly bears are killed worldwide for entertainment. Over 300 grizzly bears are legally killed for sport in BC, yet there is no scientific, ethical or economic rationale for the trophy hunt. Diving deep into the controversy across Canada and the United States, Trophy asks: can we truly justify killing these animals … Continued
As we prepare for another provincial election, let’s keep the environment on our minds. April’s Wild Ideas Invermere will be a casual open discussion faciliated by Laurien Klassen, focussing on how our vote matters for the planet, what envrionmental issues are important right now, and most notably, what questions we should be asking our candidates. … Continued
DUE TO UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES, THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED. IT WILL BE RESCHEDULED FOR THE FALL. Take your interest in native bees and local flora to the next level! Join Lincoln Best (one of Canada’s foremost native bee experts) in this special 2-day workshop to learn more about bumblebee and native bee biodiversity, and floral ecology, … Continued
DUE TO UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES, THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED. IT WILL BE RESCHEDULED FOR THE FALL. Renowned bee scientist Lincoln Best is coming to Invermere! Lincoln’s one-hour presentation on Friday evening will focus on native bees in the East Kootenay and how important they are for local flora. You’ll also learn about a unique bee … Continued