Extinction through the eyes of a five year old

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

Through a Wildsight EcoStewards project, Webster Elementary students are helping the school and Warfield community get outside and learn. Behind the school is an amazing…Read More 
A friend of mine once shared with me her experience of trying to explain to her five year old son what extinction meant. How do you conceptualize the idea that an animal or plant will never again live, anywhere? Let alone explain that the reason is likely because our expanding human footprint...Read More 
Thanks to the support of our generous funders and donors, Wildsight environment education programs have reached over 70,000 students ages 5 to 18. These…Read More 
Wildsight sat down with our Conservation Coordinator, Eddie Petryshen to help unpack some of the issues on mountain caribou recovery. Read on for help in navigating this complex issue.Read More 
Here in BC, it’s obvious that we care about our environment—and we like to think that our laws reflect how we feel. But…Read More 
Last August, 16 pioneering teenagers spent two weeks traveling down the Columbia in the first run of Wildsight's new education program - the Columbia River…Read More 
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