Bear Day is back, only in a slightly different version this year as we make sure it’s a safe, physically distanced event for the whole family. Come out on Saturday, August 29, from 10am – 2pm, to Pot Hole Park and learn all about Ursus arctos horribilis and Ursus americanus, and how we can stay … Continued
Event Branches: Invermere
We’re replacing the six faded and damaged interpretive signs that we installed in 2014. Are you handy with tools? Our lead volunteer Aaron Nickerson would like some able hands to help screw in and glue the new signs along the boardwalk trail. Due to COVID, we would also require you to bring along a mask … Continued
Fairmont Hot Springs, with its waterways and meadows, is a rich area for nature lovers. This is a unique opportunity to join local birding enthusiast Brian Wesley for a morning walk to view the numerous species to be found — from yellow warblers to willow flycatchers– and so much more!
Are you interested in learning more about how you can generate solar power on your home? Join Cam Gillies for an outdoor and physically distanced tour of his solar photovoltaic and hot water systems. He’ll share what he learned through the process of choosing a system for his home and the results from the last … Continued
Because of the ongoing situation with Covid-19, we will conduct our Wildsight Invermere branch AGM online on Tuesday April 28th at 7:30PM. We’re using Zoom (a free videoconferencing platform). See below for the agenda, 2019 minutes, 2019-2020 financials and our Annual Report. For those of you not familiar with Zoom, you can do a test ahead … Continued
Do you love mountains, too? Join us from 10-11am for coffee, goodies and conversation. Everyone is welcome! More info call 250-341-6898
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
This fall will be your last chance to participate in the five-year Columbia Wetlands Waterbird Survey (CWWS) project. At the end of 2019, baseline data collected through this project will be used to nominate the Columbia Wetlands into the Important Bird and Biodiversity Area (IBA) program. Bird surveys during fall migration will occur in the … Continued
Join us for two great events on BC Rivers Day. 10am- 2pm: Paddle on the Columbia River. 7pm Watch Artifishal, a film about wild rivers and wild fish that explores the high cost—ecological, financial and cultural—of our mistaken belief that engineered solutions can make up for habitat destruction.