WILD DAYS is an environmental education project that aims to inspire and inform residents and visitors of local lakeside communities about their watershed. The 3-hour-long, hands-on, family-oriented natural history and ecology field trips are developed to get adults and children “into the wild” to explore bugs, birds, wildlife, flowers, trees and rocks, and their important ecological linkages between healthy water and watersheds around Slocan Lake. Each summer, Wild Days offers a series of nature tours are led by local scientists and naturalists in different locations based on the themes of lakeshores, wetlands, and rivers. A variety of local experts and naturalists contributed their expertise to make each WILD DAY a unique experience. In 2019, Slocan Lake Stewardship Society’s Wild Days nature tours celebrates 5 years of wildly successful programming.