Welcome to Wingsprings


Glad you’re here! Just in case you are wondering, the photo above was taken around 5:40 pm on 23 October 2017. The windsock is a reminder of Dad and his love of flying. It also serves as a marker along 226th Avenue for where to turn to get to Wingsprings.

If you cannot be here at Wingsprings in person, then please visit virtually by wandering around this website. In doing so, you will run across annual photo albums that chronicle the ongoing construction process, plus an oko iyawapi [weekly blog] that is organized around a photograph taken at Wingsprings each week. Thats about all you can find now, but additional features will be added in the future. So come back again when you can.

Wingsprings is the home of the Center for American Indian Research and Native Studies [CAIRNS]. For more information on CAIRNS, press here and you will be taken to the Center’s website.

If you wish to contact me, use the Email Me button at the bottom of the About page. I will be happy to hear from you. Thank you for visiting, and i hope to see you again soon.

Toksa ake wacinyankinkte lo.