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COGCC Story Map Media Kit

Please use the following tools to help guide your social media and marketing for the COGCC Story Map. Feel free to personalize and share your own stories, photos, experiences, and connections to the species and wild places mentioned. The only thing that we ask is that you don’t delete Rocky Mountain Wild’s involvement from your […]

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Environmental Actions Weekly Round-Up

Every Friday we post ways you can contribute to making our region a greener place, including: Events happening in-person Events happening online Community Science Jobs, Internships, & Scholarships Volunteer Opportunities Actions & Action Resources Below, we also have things you can do for Black Lives Matter, environmental activities you can do safely from home, and […]

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In the News

Colorado Corridors Project “He Set Out For a Long Walk Down Roadkill Highway.” Todd Wilkinson, Mountain Journal. October 12, 2020. “Hike of the Week: Join Walking Mountains for an outdoor, hands-on version of the popular Science Behind Series.” Nathan Boyer-Rechlin, Vail Daily, July 16, 2020. “Animal Welfare Institute Funds Original Research on Human-Wildlife Conflicts.” Animal […]

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Canada lynx sleeping, courtesy of Eric Kilby

Rocky Mountain Wild Lynx Tree

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Gunnison sage-grouse

Gunny Sage-Grouse Lek Tree

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Illustration that shows a red fox, Canada lynx, and moose crossing over a snowy landscape. Above them, text says "Join Rocky Mountain Wild. Give the gift of wildlife this giving season." Below them is our 20th anniversary logo and a giving thermometer, showing 82% completion.

Thank you so much for your generosity!

Wow! We are absolutely…wow! We reached our $80k end of the year fundraising goal last weekend! Thank you so much to everyone who donated and shared the need! Like any good fundraiser, I’ve decided to set another goal. Which is to raise the amount we didn’t quite reach over the course of 2020. In 2020, […]

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Illustration that shows a red fox, Canada lynx, and moose crossing over a snowy landscape. Above them, text says "Join Rocky Mountain Wild. Give the gift of wildlife this giving season." Below them is our 20th anniversary logo.

Give the gift of wildlife this giving season!

We’re currently at 75% of our end of the year goal! Thank you, everyone who was able to support Rocky Mountain Wild or able to spread the message of need to their friends on Colorado Gives Day and beyond! Thanks to you, we reached 136 new donors and 75% of our end of the year fundraising goal […]

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Give the gift of wildlife this CO Gives Day!

Today is Colorado Gives Day and we could use your support! I know you have heard this statement a lot lately, but I really need to say it again – I sincerely hope that you and your family and friends are safe and well, and that you have found the resources that you need manage […]

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Gift the gift of wildlife this giving season.

I struggled with what to write today. We all know it’s been a rough year. We all know and support people who have fought to keep their heads above water this year – and maybe that person was you. We’ve all endured a lot of trauma this year. We’ve also come together as a community and created great […]

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Friends of Wolf Creek, Photo by: Alex Pullen

Keep Wolf Creek Pass wild and free from development

Over the years, we have presented the Forest Service and the developer with dozens of reasons why building a “village” for 10,000 people at the top of the pass is a bad idea. From destroying important lynx habitat to depleting water resources for downstream communities, our arguments against this development have been dismissed. And now, as Colorado […]

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