Donate and Name a Piece of Biodiversity Today

Banner that shows a black-footed ferret named RBG, a little brown bat named Batty McBatface, and a wolverine named Razor Pip.

For the last 20 years, Rocky Mountain Wild has protected the rich biodiversity of the Southern Rockies. To help us achieve our goals for the next 20, Rocky Mountain Wild will be selling the naming rights* for all the critical components of the biodiversity in our region during the 2020-2021 winter season!

To name a piece of biodiversity, visit our Biodiversity 2020 website. And be sure to check out all the species that have been named.

*Naming rights are symbolic and donors will not receive anything in return for their contribution – other than our sincere gratitude, a warm fuzzy feeling for helping to protect critters and their homes, and a fun little graphic to show their friends. All donations are tax-deductible.