Colorado Endangered Species Week May 14-20

Biologists around the world agree that our planet is on the verge of the 6th Mass Extinction. Plant and animal species are disappearing at a rate of 100 to 1,000 times faster than they did just 200 years ago. The cause of this great die-off is us – the human race.

The news, however, isn’t all bad. So far, we’ve lost less than one percent of the species on our planet  which means that with a lot of hard work and dedication we can still fix this thing.

Rocky Mountain Wild is hosting Colorado Endangered Species Week, May 14-20, 2017, with the national Endangered Species Day occurring on May 19. During this week, Rocky Mountain Wild will be organizing speakers, films, biologist lead hikes, service projects, and youth activities along the Front Range, with major events occurring in Boulder and Denver.

Confirmed Event Partners include:

  • Fire on the Mountain, Denver, restaurant fundraiser
  • Back of Beyond Media, Film: Last Chance to Dance
  • The Talbot-Heindl Experience, LLC, Film

If you would like to partner for this event, please contact Chris.