The moment you step outside, you can feel it. The lifting of your spirit. The sun warms your skin. Even on a cool day you feel a little lighter just walking out the door. For the lucky amongst us, mountains stand as sentinels nearby, their white tops glistening. Below the peaks, forest trails beckon. Even … Continued
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Amidst the bone-chilling winds of the continental divide, wolverines use the spine of the Rocky Mountains to travel up and down BC’s Southern Rockies.
This is just a sample of the amazing content we have on our Education at Home website. Sign up for more content like this here. Like many of you, our Wildsight educators and staff have recently added a new role to their parenting resumes—homeschooler. As parents, you already teach your kids a lot. Adding official … Continued
Thank you for your interest in applying for the program coordinator position with Golden’s Community Invasive Plant Program. Due to unforeseen circumstances, we will no longer be accepting applications for this position in 2020. Do you love physical outdoor work, have a passion for the environment and have good communication skills? Wildsight Golden is … Continued
The first time Meredith Hamstead saw Jumbo was during a heliski trip, alongside the very man hell-bent on building a ski resort on its sacred slopes.
As winter shifts to spring, life emerges in all forms. This is especially true for the wild and reclusive wolverine, who give birth in February through mid March. Pregnant female wolverines will dig or find a den site under the snow where they will give birth to their kits.
We are excited to present Wildsight’s 2019 Annual Report. Together, we got a lot done! With 20 years of education to celebrate and the start of the end to Jumbo’s 30 year fight, we’re optimistic as we look back, and look ahead, to what can be accomplished when we work collectively for wildlife and wild … Continued
Everything has a breaking point. The trout population of the upper Fording River, who have long suffered toxic water pollution from Teck’s Elk Valley coal mines, not to mention destruction of their habitat, have finally reached their breaking point. Of the adult westslope cutthroat trout in this 60km stretch of river, 90% are gone in … Continued
Conservation and environmental education are the foundations on which we build all our projects and programs here at Wildsight. We want to see those tenets held strong for the next generation, and we know you do too. The Columbia Basin Trust is inviting the public to share their thoughts for the future of the basin … Continued
1,800 rosy-cheeked students from across the Columbia Basin were doing their best snow shuffle and powder pirouettes this past winter, pleading with the snow gods for more white fluffy stuff – and it worked! This year marks our 20th year of delivering Wildsight education programs and we’ve recently wrapped up our Winter Wonder program. Our … Continued