River floodplain

Caribou habitat is under threat in the Seymour River watershed … again

Defending wildlife, water and wild places in Canada’s Columbia and Rocky Mountain regions.

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The petition will require the federal government to answer questions about how it's protecting Canadian taxpayers and the environment as part of its review of Glencore’s takeover of coal mines in B.C.’s Elk Valley.Read more 
Wildsight is a registered charity with a mission to protect biodiversity and encourage sustainable communities in the Kootenay-Columbia region of BC.Read more 
This event was part of the Wild Spaces Recreation Dialogues, a series of Wildsight-hosted events geared specifically toward those who move through our valleys and mountains on foot, wheels or water.Read more 
"What will have a lasting impact?" This is the question Columbia Valley resident Tracy Flynn asks herself when she chooses how to spend her time.Read more 
Exclusion fencing, wildlife underpasses and ungulates guards are helping to reduce wildlife-vehicle collisions in the Elk Valley.Read more 
From May 15 to June 14, the public can have a say about Wildsight’s request for an environmental assessment on the proposed Record Ridge industrial mineral mine, near Rossland, B.C.Read more 
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Upcoming events

Plant-based Potluck

Kimberley & Cranbrook
We invite you to join us for a plant-based potluck to share dishes, recipes, and knowledge with members of the Kimberley Cranbrook community! View event 

Canal Flats Weed Pull

Wildsight Invermere and the East Kootenay Invasive Species Council (EKISC) are joining forces to host a weed pull in the bighorn sheep habitat around Canal… View event 

Native Flora Garden Tour (Creeky Cedars)

Join Nick Laferriere; artist, photographer and gardener (some of his roles!) as he tours us around his local flora garden. View event 

Square Dance for the Wild - a Fundraiser

Get ready to kick up your heels at this Wildsight Invermere fundraiser with the live music of The Hip To Be Square Collective and Dance Caller Leslie Gotfrit. No dancing experience needed! Everyone is welcome. View event 

Nature Walk: Ka papa Cedars Trail

Creston Valley
These walks are family friendly and will explore various trails and habitats in the Creston Valley. View event 

Go Wild! 2024

Six days, five nights. Endless exploration. In Go Wild!, students learn to be leaders while connecting with the wild landscapes that define our Kootenay communities… View event 

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