Wildsight News

Wanted: Bird Experts

Bird experts wanted to lead birding tours during the May 9-11, 2014 Creston Valley Bird Fest. Last year's Creston Vallely Bird Festival was a huge success, with hundreds participating.

Are you a bird lover (and really know your stuff)? If you would like to give a presentation, please contact Tanna Patterson: info@crestonvalleybirds.ca. Some expenses covered.

Help us win $5,000 for JumboWild!


Wildsight's JumboWild campaign has been selected as one of Mountain Equipment Co-op's Top Five Finalists in their Wild Bucks Give-away. We have the opportunity to win $5,000 for our JumboWild campaign if we can get the most votes.  ... Read more »

Conservation Groups Congratulate Teck on Land Purchase


Flathead Wild, a coalition of conservation groups in B.C., Alberta and Montana, is praising today’s announcement by mining giant Teck that it has purchased three parcels of land in the southeast corner of the province for conservation. ... Read more »

Golden Branch Fall Newsletter

Welcome to Wildsight Golden’s Fall Newsletter! ... Read more »

I Support My Community!

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Our communities have some awesome ideas for the coming year. Great ideas require support, and we need your help to help get these exciting initiatives off the ground in your community. ... Read more »

2013 Green Building Conference, Nov. 8-9, Kimberley, BC


Are you considering building or renovating your home? Do you work in the building industry or in real estate? Would you like to learn more about getting the best bang for your buck when it comes to energy efficiency? ... Read more »

Shifting paradigms at the “Think Like a Watershed” Symposium

John Ralston Saul and members of Living Lakes Canada and Wildsight viewing Kokanee spawning in the Columbia Basin. Photo - Pat Morrow, Morrow Productions.jpg

Fairmont Hot Springs, B.C. An important dialogue has just been ignited, centred on the possibility of creating a Columbia Basin watershed governance entity.“Think Like a Watershed”, a symposium hosted on September 29-30 by the Columbia Basin Watershed Network (CBWN) with support from Living Lakes Canada, featured a paradi ... Read more »