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Wildsight works to protect wildlife, water and wild places in Canada’s Columbia and Rocky Mountain regions.
Old growth forests are vital for the survival of many different species, including several considered to be at-risk, and these forests are being logged…Read More
December 16, 2019
Two-hundred and forty dead animals are removed from Highway 3 through the Elk Valley every year, including deer, elk, moose and even bears. A…Read More
Join the Creston Valley Branch of Wildsight for the 6th annual Wild and Scenic Film Festival, an evening of outdoor adventure, at the Prince Charles Secondary School Auditorium on Sat. Feb. 1, 2020. Show starts at 7:00 pm. View Event
Learn to identify tracks and scat of winter wildlife. Read the stories in the snow about what activity is going… View Event
Inspired by the natural intelligence of nature, learn techniques for surviving if stranded outdoors. Participants will learn how to build… View Event
Learn the celestial constellations while snowshoeing under the romantic full "Snow Moon". Chocolate fondue to follow. Price is $50/person… View Event
Wildsight Golden and the Youth Action Network present: Winter Film & Discussion Series Featuring: February 13: Patagonia Films Artifishal… View Event