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Northern Flying Squirrel

Did you know that Idaho is home to the Northern Flying Squirrel (Glaucomys sabrinus)? This unique mammal is native to much of Idaho, but as it prefers coniferous forests as its home, it is most commonly found in the northern parts of our state. The northern flying squirrel is usually a light brown or reddish
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Grand Opening of Pine Street Woods

Kaniksu Land Trust invites you to join us for the Grand Opening of Pine Street Woods Saturday, September 21, 2019 7:00 am – 7:00 pm Click here for the PSW Grand Opening Schedule. Activities will include guided hikes, mountain bike rides and walks; a doctor led walk; yoga; educational activities for kids; a scavenger hunt;

Bat Night at Pine Street Woods

Tuesday, August 20 at 7:30 pm  Pine Street Woods Join local bat expert Carrie Hugo for an evening of education as we study our local bat species through observation and mist netting. We will also serve cookies and drinks. To access Pine Street Woods, head west on Pine Street, follow the road as it turns

Dragonflies

Dragonflies are native to almost every where on Earth, in Idaho, our most common native dragonfly species is the Common Green Darner (anax junius). Dragonflies are easily recognized by their long slender body and two pairs of wings set close to the head. Dragonflies can be distinguished from damselflies in rest – dragonflies will hold
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White Sturgeon

White Sturgeon (Acipenser transmontanus) is Idaho’s largest native fish species, as well as the largest freshwater fish in North America. White sturgeon have a shark-like appearance, with about 45 rays in the dorsal fin. Their coloring ranges from gray to brownish, with white dots along the length of the fish. White sturgeon average about 7 feet
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Trail Work Days at Pine Street Woods

KLT is in need of experienced volunteers to help with trail work at Pine Street Woods! Work days will be August 23-25, from 8:00 am -12:00 pm and from 12:00 – 4:00 pm each day.  We need people with their own chain saws and people who can haul brush and feed it into the chipper. 

Bumblebee

Bumblebees are members of the bombus genus of bees, of which many species are native to north Idaho and northwest Montana. Bumblebees are particularly well adapted to our area in part because they are able to fly at lower temperatures than many other types of bees. Bumblebees are a crucial part of a healthy environment
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A Seat from Schweitzer’s Chair Six!

You know some of your favorite moments at Schweitzer were on this chair… Kaniksu Land Trust is excited to be offering one of the lift chairs from Schweitzer’s Snow Ghost/Chair 6 lift. These iconic blue chairs were where much of the planning happened for Pine Street Woods, and this is your chance to own a

Enjoy Dinner at Trinity!

Trinity at City Beach offer some of the best views, and the best food in Sandpoint! Enjoy dinner on the deck at Trinity at City Beach to two people. Its perfect for a date night or special occasion!

Ride Along with Selkirk Fire!

Ever wanted to be a fire fighter? Four lucky folks will have the chance to join the Selkirk Fire Department ladder truck team as they  respond to emergencies from 8:30 am to noon from Fire Station 1, date to be determined by Selkirk Fire.  Participants will have to remain with the truck while crews handle

Cruise Lake Pend Oreille

We know you love an afternoon on the lake as much as we do! Join Lake Pend Oreille Cruises for an afternoon or evening on the Shawnodese. You’ll get some of the best views in Bonner County as you explore the lake we all love.

Festival at Sandpoint Tickets

Already excited about this year’s fantastic line-up for the Festival at Sandpoint? The lucky winner of these tickets will receive two tickets to the Grand Finale and Wine Tasting, as well as two tickets to the concert of their choice, as well as two Festival at Sandpoint chairs of course!
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