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Our blog gives us a great way of keeping folks – our members and anyone else interested in our work – a little more plugged in to what’s happening in the world of endangered species advocacy, offering some insight into what we do and how we do it, and fostering conversation among our supporters, our staff, and others.

Mobile Applications for Conservation

Posted by Lindsey Katapski - April 13, 2015 - Blog
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Use this great infographic to enhance your understanding of plant life of natural areas in the Southern Rockies.

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Could Woolly Mammoths Again Roam the Colorado Plateau?

Posted by Lindsey Katapski - April 1, 2015 - Blog

Woolly mammoths roamed the Earth during the Pleistocene period, tens of thousands of years ago. The large animals are thought to have abounded on the Colorado Plateau (modern-day Colorado, Utah, Arizona and New Mexico) before their extinction, which was likely the result of hunting and environmental change.

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How Does a Wolverine Cross the Road, Safely?

Posted by Lindsey Katapski - February 23, 2015 - Blog

Earlier this winter a female wolverine lost her life on US 93 in Idaho after being “clipped” by the right rear wheel of a passenger vehicle. She died on impact. She is thought to be the first wolverine to die on Idaho’s roadway system. However, with only 300 wolverines left in the northern Rockies and Pacific Northwest, each avoidable death is a blow to the fragile species.

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Unleashing the Potential: Animal Protection Thrives Under Wildlife Crossing

Posted by Lindsey Katapski - February 3, 2015 - Blog

By Nova Simpson, Jessen Mortensen and John Bradshaw Humans and wildlife interact in some form or another on a daily basis. If you are one of the many people that enjoy viewing wildlife, sightings can be exciting, but when traveling at high speeds, close encounters can be dangerous or even fatal. In the 1990s, the […]

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Rare Prairie Butterfly Granted Endangered Species Act Protection

Posted by Megan Mueller - January 14, 2015 - Blog

In response to a 2003 petition and subsequent advocacy by Rocky Mountain Wild (then Center for Native Ecosystems), and several other conservation organizations, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife granted Endangered Species Act protection to a prairie butterfly, the Dakota Skipper. The Dakota Skipper has lost the majority of its habitat in the past several hundred years and has continued to experience declines in the last few decades. The North American tallgrass prairie, where this species resides, is one of the most imperiled ecosystems in the world. Most of this ecologically vital ecosystem has been converted to agriculture, and less than one percent remains intact today.

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Forest Service Makes the Naughty List by Continuing to Withhold Information on Pillage at Wolf Creek

Posted by tehri - December 23, 2014 - Blog, Feature, Uncategorized

On November 21, 2014, after years of deliberation and almost a year of delay, the Forest Service finally released its decision on the land exchange at Wolf Creek pass. Against the recommendations of the conservation community and the desires of many residents of the surrounding towns, the Forest Service decided to approve the land exchange, […]

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15th Anniversary Matching Incentive

Posted by Lindsey Katapski - December 10, 2014 - Blog

Rocky Mountain Wild has been offered an incredibly generous 15th birthday present! A wonderful donor has agreed to match any donations we receive before the end of the year, up to $10,000!

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Donating Stock to Rocky Mountain Wild: A Triple Win

Posted by Lindsey Katapski - December 9, 2014 - Blog

If you have highly appreciated stock in your portfolio* donating shares to Rocky Mountain Wild can be a win, win, win situation.

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RMW Receives Grant from Norcross Wildlife Foundation

Posted by Lindsey Katapski - December 4, 2014 - Blog

Rocky Mountain Wild has been awarded a grant in the amount of $2,700 from the Norcross Wildlife Foundation. The Norcross grant will provide funding to upgrade our GIS computers and equipment. Our GIS services are an integral part of our work to protect wildlife and wildlands in the southern Rockies.

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Take Our 2015 Member Survey!

Posted by Lindsey Katapski - December 4, 2014 - Blog

Rocky Mountain Wild will be conducting a strategic planning session early next year, and our board would like your input on a few questions that will help us to focus our work in 2015 and beyond. Your answers will remain anonymous, so please feel free to give your honest feedback.

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