On Saturday June 27th, Wildsight Golden will be hosting it’s 13th Annual Community Weed Pull along the Kicking Horse River. This annual event is part of Wildsight Golden’s Community Invasive Plant Program and is a family friendly opportunity for the community to come together to learn more about invasive plants and how to remove them … Continued
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Here in Golden we are blessed to live next to the Columbia River Wetlands, a key resting stop for thousands of migratory birds. This May 9th, Wildsight Golden would like you to celebrate World Migratory Bird Day with us by participating in Global Big Day. This is the day where people all around the world … Continued
TODAY IS EARTH DAY, participate in EARTH DAY LIVE: As we are unable to safely gather in groups at this time, our annual Earth Day clean-up and potluck has been cancelled. We still think it is important to celebrate the Earth and do some actions to protect her. So we will join the Earth … Continued
Join us on-line or on the phone on Thursday, April 23, 2020 at 4:30 PM MT. We will host the on-line (or on the telephone) event through the Zoom platform.
Wildsight Golden and the Youth Action Network present: Winter Film & Discussion Series Featuring: February 13: Patagonia Films Artifishal February 20: Anthropocene: The Human Epoch February 27: The Reckoning: A Film about the effects of the Columbia River Treaty (No trailer available but check this article out.) March 5: Watermark: A film about the history … Continued
Explore the beauty of insects and spiders through macro photography with Naturalist Bryan Kelly-McArthur. This event is Thursday, January 16, 2020. Doors open at 5:30 PM, event starts at 6:00 PM. This will be at the Okanagan Regional Library Golden Branch. This is a family friendly event. Admission is by donation.
Photo by Rachel Darvill Marsh birds are inconspicuous and difficult to detect, but global reports suggest that many marsh bird species populations are in decline. For four years, the Columbia Wetlands Marsh Bird Monitoring Project has been conducting repeated point count surveys at 65 survey stations in the Columbia Wetlands. Project biologist Rachel Darvill will … Continued
Join us across the Kootenay region as we dive deep into the wild world of the wolverine.
Eat Think Vote is a campaign that gathers community members across Canada to speak with federal candidates ahead of the upcoming election. The goal is to make sure food is an election issue, and that the incoming government develops policy that encourages a food system where no one goes hungry, where food is healthy, and … Continued
Tuesday, October 22, 7 to 9 PM at the Golden Senior’s Centre Admission by donation please In February 2017, Parks Canada began a 5-year pilot project to reintroduce North America’s largest land mammal (bison) to Canada’s first national park (Banff). Karsten will summarize the project and provide some behind-the-scenes stories of the effort to restore … Continued