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Stellar’s Jay perched on a branch—Photo by Kyle Humber

With bringing awareness to local & endangered wildlife, we must also be respectful towards the land they call home.

Lillooet is located on the unceded territory of indigenous communities. The region is home to numerous First Nations communities, so it is equally important to respect them and their cultures when visiting the area.

Know whose land you’re on, and please be mindful of the people & wildlife when you are a guest in Lillooet. Follow this link to learn about the surrounding First Nations communities. Let’s make Lillooet Wild an endeavour to be proud of!

Thank You.

Lillooet Naturalist Society Projects

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Other Projects

Get Involved

Becoming a member of the Lillooet Naturalist Society (LNS) is your best way to learn more about the area’s wildlife and take part in important conservation efforts. Follow the link below to learn more about becoming a member.

About the Brewery

Lillooet Brewing Company is the town’s one and only craft brewery, specializing in drinkable & traditional beer styles made with hops and malt sourced directly from Canadian farmers. Getting to know the producers of the ingredients is just as important to us as getting to know the wildlife that calls Lillooet home. Our passions for wildlife run deep – that’s why we name each beer we make after one of the many rare or endangered species found in our region. We created Lillooet Wild for people to learn about, appreciate, and hopefully help protect what we love about Lillooet. Find the small QR code on each can and start your journey.

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