Because We're All In This Together
Join Rocky Mountain Wild (RMW) in seeing Gunnison sage-grouse in the wild (birds permitting). Megan, our Biologist in the Blind, will be there to provide natural history of the bird and answer questions. This is an exciting opportunity that we hope you will join us for!
In Colorado we love our public lands! The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) is asking for input on how to manage over 650,000 acres of public land in Eastern Colorado. This includes places like the important wildlife corridor through Echo Canyon glimpsed when rafting the Arkansas River, the red rock outcrops in Red Canyon adjacent to the popular Shelf Road climbing area north of Cañon City, the rare, intact wild Cucharas Canyon in the eastern plains near Walsenburg, and the rare wetland fens high in biodiversity along Reinecker Ridge in South Park. Ensure that the BLM knows we care so they will protect these lands for ourselves and future generations by learning more and letting the BLM know that you value these lands.
By taking action, you will help to ensure that future generations have the opportunity to enjoy watching the Gunnison sage-grouse dance at sunrise, and benefit all of the other species that call this area home.