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Winter 2018 Wild Nature Snowshoe Safaris!

Wild Nature Tours FERNIE is back for another exciting winter of snowshoe tours! With three fantastic options appropriate for all skill levels aged 6 and up there is sure to be an outing for everyone! These tours run snow or shine and are an amazing way to cap off your Fernie adventure. Get out in the forest and experience all that nature has to offer! Tours are led by professional naturalists who will leave you with a new appreciation for a forest that truly never sleeps!

Wild Bee Workshop + Presentation in Invermere, July 7-9

Did you know that there is an endemic bee in Canal Flats? This is just one of the things you’ll learn about in the weekend workshop with renowned bee scientist Lincoln Best. The public presentation on Friday night is The Biodiversity of Bees and their Floral Relations in the East Kootenay. The two-day workshop will look at biodiversity, floral ecology, habitat restoration, landscape design and conservation strategies we can implement to help our local bees thrive.

Invermere welcomes Wings Over the Rockies participants

The arrival of spring signals the return of so many birds to the Upper Columbia Valley. The air is alive with their calls. Wild Nature Tours welcomes all participants to the Wings Over the Rockies Festival from May 8-14. If you miss out on any of your favourite Wings birding events, keep in mind our first Wild Nature Tour, Flycatchers to Nutcrackers on June 3. Cam Gillies, owner of Eagle Eye Tours and the Vice-President of the Wildsight Invermere Board, will lead a birding event.

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