Explore the Wildlife in Radium BC


Radium is an excellent destination for any nature lover. The wildlife located in this small village is spectacular and attracts people from all over the world. Here are some ways that you can explore the wildlife in Radium BC.

The Columbia River Wetlands
The Columbia River Wetlands is one of the most diverse ecosystems in the world. The wetlands contain species such as birds and amphibians, and you can even find some endangered species there like the Northern leopard frog, white sturgeon, prairie falcon, and short-eared owl. Radium Hot Springs is the ideal locale for bird watchers. There is such a variety of rare birds that it is a great opportunity for anyone who takes on bird watching as a hobby.

To get the best glimpse of the wildlife, you can paddle on the Columbia River via canoe. If you want a paddling tour, Columbia River Outfitters, located in Invermere, offers guided or self-guided paddling tours, and has kayaks or canoes for rent.

Wildlife Tours
The bighorn sheep are a popular attraction in Radium and have made a home for themselves right in the village. If you want to get a better look at them, you can go on one of the Head Banger Tours. On these tours, you can learn everything about these incredible animals.

bighorn sheep are often seen roaming around the village

bighorn sheep are often seen roaming around the village

Prestige Inn Radium Hot Springs provides access to see some of the local wildlife that call this area home. Our Guest Services Agents are available to provide more information on wildlife tours and other outdoor activities. Contact the inn at 250.347.2300 for reservations.

 

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