Join us as we explore the people, places, and significance of the Inland Temperate Rainforest (ITR). The world’s largest remaining inland temperate rainforest spans from the US, through much of the Kootenays and north to the Yellowhead Highway. Home to critically endangered mountain caribou, rare lichens, towering cedars and humble slugs, these snow filled forests … Continued
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We’ve cancelled the in-person Wildsight Annual General Meeting planned for Friday, March 20th in Wilmer due to concerns around the spread of coronavirus. We will instead be hosting an online Wildsight Regional AGM this Friday at 7 pm Mountain time. Members who would like to attend can register here. Thank you for your understanding. If you … Continued
Join us across the Kootenay region as we dive deep into the wild world of the wolverine.
It’s time to celebrate our recent win in the BC Court of Appeal! Please join us Monday, August 12 for a community potluck and gathering.
Are you worried about the clear-cutting on private land in the Kootenay region? Join us for a public forum in Castlegar to learn why poor logging practices on private land in the Kootenay region hurts our communities, trails, environment and wildlife.
Join RoadWatchBC and friends for cocktails and engaging conversation about wildlife connectivity and conservation with leading wildlife specialists Garth Mowat and Tara Szkorupa. Come learn what researchers, the government, and people like you are doing to help wildlife conservation. Tickets are $5 at the door and come with a free drink ticket! Doors open at … Continued
Are you worried about the clear-cutting around Fernie? Join us for a public forum on logging on private land in the Elk Valley to learn about what’s going to be logged next, how much has already been cut and why private forest land logging in the Elk Valley hurts our communities, trails, environment and wildlife. … Continued
Our mountain caribou are gone—but they won’t be forgotten. Wildsight is holding a candlelight vigil to honour the mountain caribou, after the recent transfer of the last females from our southern mountains effectively wiped out the South Purcell and South Selkirk herds. The candlelight vigil, which will take place in Kimberley’s Platzl at 7pm on … Continued
The This year’s trip is now full. Adventure deep into the wilderness this summer on Go Wild!, a 6-day youth wilderness adventure into the Kootenay backcountry. On these trips, youth aged 14-18 develop leadership skills, connect to the landscape and inspire a love of mountains to last a lifetime. Go Wild! isn’t just a backpacking trip: it’s … Continued
Join us for our annual general meeting and a presentation from biologist Andrea Kortello on wolverines in the Columbia Mountains. Annual General Meeting: 7:00pm Join us to look back at the past year, to celebrate our successes and to renew our commitment to making positive change in our communities in the year to come. Meet … Continued