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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!

Scenic Flight from Quest Aircraft

Ever wanted to see Sandpoint from the sky? Join Quest Aircraft Company for a scenic flight in a brand new Kodiak departing from the Quest Factory in beautiful Sandpoint. Your flight will begin with an aerial tour over beautiful Lake Pend Oreille, then, you will climb up to get a bird’s-eye-view of Schweitzer Ski Resort.

Middle Fork of the Salmon Trip

Join Sandpoint-based Middle Fork River Tours for a five-day trip through the Heart of Idaho in the 2.3 million acre Frank Church Wilderness. You’ll enjoy luxurious camping, breathtaking scenery, fun whitewater, world class fishing, and gourmet foods! Trip dates are August 29 – September 2 for your journey down the Middle Fork of the Salmon

“Take a Seat” by Jenn Ellison

A beautiful custom artwork by local artist Jenn Ellison.

Pine Street Woods Picnic

Join Kaniksu Land Trust for a gourmet picnic for eight in Pine Street Woods. KLT will provide food and beverages, and a guided hike in the woods – date to be arranged with the winner.

Mule Deer

Mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus) along with the white-tailed deer, are one of the most common large mammals in north Idaho and northwest Montana. The mule deer is named for the shape of its ears, which resemble those of the domestic mule. It is ear shape, along with black-tipped tails and differing antler pattern, which distinguishes the
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Take a Seat for Youth Education!

Join Kaniksu Land Trust on June 5 for a fundraiser to benefit youth education programs at Pine Street Woods. You’ll learn more about KLT’s current education programs, as well as the exciting new programs which will take place at Pine Street Woods. We’ll have a variety “seats” up for auction, including a scenic flight in

Float the Salmon River!

Explore one of Idaho’s most pristine rivers! Join Sandpoint-based Middle Fork River Tours for a five-day trip through the Heart of Idaho in the 2.3 million acre Frank Church Wilderness. You’ll enjoy luxurious camping, breathtaking scenery, fun whitewater, world class fishing, and gourmet foods!    KLT has just 8 seats available for the August 29

BioBlitz & Mammal Mini-Camp

Join KLT for our third Annual BioBlitz! This year we’ll be exploring biodiversity at the University of Idaho’s new Organic Agriculture Center on North Boyer, near Schweitzer Mountain Road. Our 2019 BioBlitz will begin at 12:00 pm on Friday, June 7 and will continue for 24 hours. We’ll examine various types of life on the
black chinned humming bird in flight

Black-Chinned Hummingbird

The Black-Chinned Hummingbird (Archilochus alexandri) is one of several hummingbird species native to our area. Male black-chinned hummingbirds can be identified by their black face and chin, with a purple throat band. Both the male and female have a metallic green back with a white abdomen. Like most hummingbirds, they have a long, slender beak.
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