Choose NOT to mow your lawn to allow wildflowers to grow for the bees. Flowers in your yard can provide vital pollen and nectar for bees and other pollinators. Join our FB event at https://fb.me/e/4vN1bGDV7 THE CHALLENGE: Choose NOT to mow your lawn for the month, allowing dandelions and other wildflowers to grow freely … Continued
Requiem for a Glacier in Invermere
Hosted by Wildsight supporter and very knowledgeable plant guy, Bryan Kelly-MacArthur, naturalist, we will walk the moderately rigorous Columbia River trail and explore the plant life along the way. This walk will be 4 hours and will occur along the Columbia Trail. The walk will begin promptly at 12:30 PM and carry on until 4:30 … Continued
Come join us to repair and maintain a turtle fence at the Creston Valley Wildlife Management Area. This fence was installed to keep turtles from getting killed on the West Creston Road when they are trying to find a spot to lay their eggs. Western Painted Turtles generally lay their eggs within 150 m upland … Continued
Join in the Yard Sale Trail on Saturday, June 4, 2022 from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm!
Are you curious about what bat species live in Revelstoke, their conservation status, and what you can do to help our local bats? Come on out to one of our Bat Walks with local bat biologist and coordinator of the BC Bat Program, Mandy Kellner. These walks will take place at local trails and they … Continued
Wildsight Kimberley Cranbrook’s Annual General Meeting is set to take place at Wycliffe Regional Park on Saturday, June 11 from 2 – 5pm. The outdoor AGM and board member elections will be followed by backyard games (bocce anyone?!?) and a barbecue.
We hope you can join us for our 3rd annual EV Show on June 18, along with our local EV owners. We will be offering rides in Spark (EV car share), a draw prize from Cleanline Automotive, Kevin Patterson will be joining us with his cut up Tesla, and Aaron Van de Kamp (Cleanline) will … Continued
We are partnering with the Invermere Public Library to provide ways to discuss the impact of climate change through books. The first one will be The Right to Be Cold by Sheila Watt-Cloutier. As an environmental, cultural and human rights advocate who grew up in Nunavik, Watt-Cloutier convincingly argues that climate change is a human … Continued
Requiem for a Glacier finally comes to Invermere! Paul Walde‘s sound performance and video installation is a haunting lament for the world’s melting glaciers. Its musical themes also draw attention to our local Purcell mountains and the decades-long struggle to keep the Jumbo valley free from development. Performed and filmed on Farnham Glacier in 2013, … Continued
Have you ever wondered where Invermere’s drinking water comes from, how it’s sanitized, where the unique taste comes from, or what happens after we’re done with it? Come for a two hour tour of the District of Invermere’s water utilities with environmental educator Jessie Caza and meet the hardworking water utilities team! You will learn … Continued