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Turtles in Creston might be the luckiest turtles around.
The Western Painted Turtle is a blue-listed species, meaning its habitats are at risk. But…Read More
Mountain caribou are struggling to survive. This endangered species is on the decline, with loss of their habitat hurting overall population numbers.
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Sixteen youth from across the Columbia Basin have the opportunity to navigate the complex social, economic and natural history of the mighty Columbia River as…Read More
As I reflect on the impacts of the past year, I see the common threads of passion, commitment and tenacity that have woven through Wildsight since our humble beginning. Our success is possible only with your support – thank you to our donors, funders, supporters, members and partners – thank you forRead More
CBC Daybreak interview. Chris Walker, with Johnny Strilaeff, CBT president and Jennifer Doll, SD5 elementary school teacherRead More
The pandemic highlighted the many benefits of getting outside regularly and connecting with nature.
The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada underlined the need…Read More
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