Wildsight News

Royal BC Museum presents Flathead Science in Cranbrook and Fernie

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The Flathead River Valley is well known for charismatic mega fauna such as grizzly bears and moose, but, over the past few years teams of researchers have discovered it’s also home to dozens of uncommon, tiny critters such as bugs, bats and birds. ... Read more »

A Wild Life in the Flathead Valley


Join Royal BC Museum (RBCM) biologists Claudia Copley and Melissa Frey to hear about the Flathead Bioblitz, their findings and why the rich biodiversity of the Flathead deserves to be protected... Read more »

Wildsight Golden Winter Newsletter

Happy New Year!

We hope that you had a wonderful holiday with plenty of fun, friends and family, feasting, and festive times.

The Wildsight Golden Christmas potluck was a great get-together. Thanks to everyone who came out for a ski and the social. The wonderful food and visiting was a perfect kick start to the holiday season. ... Read more »

2013: A Year for the Wild

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Welcome to 2014, a year to make change and make a difference. 

I’m proud to share with you Wildsight’s 2013 Annual Report. It is a summary of what we accomplished - together. ... Read more »

Wildsight in Federal Court Today to Defend Species at Risk


Federal Court to hear lawsuit over endangered wildlife threatened by Northern Gateway pipeline and government delay. Delayed recovery strategies threaten humpback whales, white sturgeon, seabirds and caribou along proposed pipeline and tanker routes. ... Read more »

Wildsight Chair Receives Order of Canada

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Windermere's  Juri Peepre, Chair of Wildsight’s Regional Board, has been recognized along with 90 other high-profile Canadians with one of the nation’s highest honours: membership in the Order of Canada. The award “recognizes a lifetime of distinguished service in or to a particular community, group or field of activity”.  ... Read more »

Why do we love our mountains?


December 11 was the International Day of the Mountain and Invermere celebrated by asking: Why do we love our mountains?  ... Read more »