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.

Wolf Creek Pass – So Much More Than Just Dead Trees

Posted by Megan Mueller - August 24, 2015 - Blog

For more than a decade Rocky Mountain Wild has been working with a coalition of conservation groups fighting to stop the development of the “Village at Wolf Creek.” This proposed development would build roads, homes, condos, retail stores, and energy infrastructure to support 8,000 people at the top of Wolf Creek Pass. The “village” would bisect an important wildlife movement corridor connecting the Weminuche and San Juan Wilderness areas, and disrupt critical daily and seasonal movement patterns for lynx, black bear, elk, and other species.

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We’re Seeking Sponsors for Bites & Brews for Biodiversity 2015!

Posted by Lindsey Katapski - August 19, 2015 - Blog

Interested in becoming a sponsor of Rocky Mountain Wild’s annual Bites & Brews for Biodiversity? Sponsorship comes with many benefits, but most importantly, it is an amazing opportunity to align your business with our message of environmental conservation and to put your brand in front of 150 dedicated and passionate earth stewards.

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Citizen Science Opportunity: Wolf Creek BioBlitz August 22

Posted by Lindsey Katapski - August 3, 2015 - Blog

Are you an amateur naturalist, birder, wildlife or plant enthusiast, or someone who likes to get outside in beautiful places and learn about nature? If so, we need your help!

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2015 Map of Oil & Gas Development in Colorado and Wyoming

Posted by Alison Gallensky - July 9, 2015 - Blog, GIS Projects

Every year, Rocky Mountain Wild creates high resolution maps showing the widespread impact of oil and gas development on Colorado. This year we have created a map of Wyoming as well. See where drilling is occurring and what lands have been leased by oil and gas companies for current and future development.

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Join the Front Range Pika Project!

Posted by Lindsey Katapski - June 26, 2015 - Blog Read More

RMW Files Lawsuit to Stop Land Exchange at Wolf Creek Pass

Posted by tehri - June 24, 2015 - Blog, Feature, In the News, Newsroom, Press Releases

6/24/15  Denver, CO – A coalition of conservation organizations filed a lawsuit today in Federal Court to stop a controversial land exchange that would pave the way for the development of a tourist “village” to accommodate 8,000 people at the top of Wolf Creek Pass in southwestern Colorado. The land exchange, which was approved by […]

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Join Us for the Forest Festival on June 23!

Posted by Lindsey Katapski - June 10, 2015 - Blog

Rocky Mountain Wild is co-sponsoring a Forest Festival Benefit Concert to support the Legal Fund opposing the Eldora Expansion into adjacent wild areas.Join Vince Herman from Leftover Salmon along with an impressive lineup of artists from Gipsy Moon, Elephant Revival, Banshee Tree, & Julie Davis. June 23rd, 7pm-midnight, Nederland Community Center, Tickets $20

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Colorado Central Magazine Highlights Collaborative Wildlands Mapping Project

Posted by Alison Gallensky - June 2, 2015 - Blog, GIS Projects, GIS/Conservation Mapping

Colorado Central Magazine has published an excellent article about a project to map and protect wild BLM lands in Central and Eastern Colorado titled “Wild Connections: Mapping Potential Wilderness Areas.” Rocky Mountain Wild’s mapping played a key role in this project led by Wild Connections. You can help protect these areas by participating in the process to update the Eastern Colorado Resource Management Plan.

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Monday, June 8: RMW Benefit Night @ The Kitchen Next Door Boulder

Posted by Lindsey Katapski - June 2, 2015 - Blog

Join us THIS MONDAY, June 8 at The Kitchen Next Door in Boulder! Mention our name to your server and we will receive 50% of profits!

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When Birds Squawk, Other Species Seem to Listen

Posted by Lindsey Katapski - May 19, 2015 - Blog

Studies in recent years by many researchers, including Dr. Greene, have shown that animals such as birds, mammals and even fish recognize the alarm signals of other species. Some can even eavesdrop on one another across classes. Red-breasted nuthatches listen to chickadees. Dozens of birds listen to tufted titmice, who act like the forest’s crossing guards. Squirrels and chipmunks eavesdrop on birds, sometimes adding their own thoughts. In Africa, vervet monkeys recognize predator alarm calls by superb starlings.

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