Shooting Stegosaurus & Riding Horses: New experiences for Prince George Wild Kidz

To a child, what would summer be without spending all day outside exploring the outdoors with your friends and making new ones?  In our times, fewer and fewer youth are getting outside and experiencing nature. Our second free day camp of 2015, was hosted in the province’s northern capital: Prince George. Monday began with an … Continue reading

Radium Hot Springs Wetlandkeepers in the Incredible Columbia River Wetlands

The Wetlandkeepers course held in Radium Hot Springs (May 22-24, 2015) led by Jason Jobin, was a fun-filled, informative weekend on all things wetlands. There was a diverse group of participants from Invermere, Radium Hot Springs, Fairmont, Edgewater, and Cranbrook out for the workshop. In partnership with the Columbia Wetlands Stewardship Partners and the Lake … Continue reading

Columbia River Wetlands

Despite wild animals making such great photographic subjects, I have decided to feature something different for the September Photo of the Month. This month’s winner is John McCrae with his beautiful landscape photo of the Columbia River Wetlands. The photo includes the valley sides framing the winding river and wetlands below. The colours in this … Continue reading

Railway

As the summer nears it’s end, we’re reflecting back on another successful and outstanding summer. This week, our selected photographer Kevin Smith takes us around the horizon and beautifully into the unknown. Much like good-byes, you can see the horizon off in the distance, yet you are not sure where this railway will take you.  … Continue reading

Columbia Valley Wetlands

We are starting off the new year with a photo of the week that features wetland exploration & education. Submitted to The Wetlands of British Columbia photo group by Steven Orr, this image embodies the breathtaking expanse of the Columbia Valley Wetlands by comparing it to the human scale of the hikers trailing down hill. The … Continue reading

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