An oil rig in Weld County. Text says "The Bureau of Land Management is reforming its oil and gas leasing regulations. Comments due September 22"

Make the world a little greener with these environmental actions

Every Friday, we post ways that you can make our region a greener place, including events, community science projects, jobs, internships, and direct actions.

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8 exciting ways you can save our marvelous wildlife

Protecting biodiversity is a big job and one we do better as a community! Here are just eight ways you can engage with our work to protect the wildlife and wild lands you care about.


Read about Rocky Mountain Wild in the news!

Read our Press Releases here. Colorado Bat Watch Colorado Corridors Project Colorado Pika Project Endangered Species Friends of Wolf Creek Go Big! Central Colorado Bighorn Sheep Survey Oil and Gas Watch Public Lands Wild I-70 Audio Tour Other Programs

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Response Brief filed to protect Wolf Creek Pass

On July 21, 2023, Rocky Mountain Wild and our partner organizations filed a Response Brief defending both Judge Matsch and Judge Arguello’s Orders and reiterating all the reasons why the Agencies actions were unlawful.

An oil rig in Weld County

How to get involved in The Bureau’s oil and gas leasing reforms

After years of pressure from leading national and western-based environmental and conservation groups, The Bureau of Land Management (The Bureau) released for public comment a long-overdue set of reforms on oil and gas leasing regulations! The comment deadline to show your support is September 22.

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Protest Period Open for Upcoming Utah Oil and Gas Lease Sale

Protests are due on July 27 for Utah Bureau of Land Management’s September 2023 Federal Oil and Gas Lease Sale. Use our resources to submit yours.

Bureau of Land Management Public Lands Rule

The Bureau of Land Management has proposed a Conservation and Landscape Health Rule. This is a once-in-a-generation opportunity to support public lands conservation.

Colorado Endangered Species Week 2023 Media Kit

Please use the following tools to help guide your social media and marketing for Colorado Endangered Species Week. Feel free to personalize and share your own stories, photos, experiences, and connections to the days as much as possible. The only thing that we ask is that you don’t delete Rocky Mountain Wild from your personalization; […]

Image is a little brown bat with white nose syndrome. Text says "A deadly disease called white-nose syndrome has infected a bat in Colorado for the first time. Learn how you can help bats in Colorado." In the bottom left corner is the Colorado Bat Watch logo. In the bottom right corner is the website for Colorado Bat Watch

White-nose syndrome has made its way to Colorado bats

Colorado Parks and Wildlife confirmed on Monday that a bat infected with white-nose syndrome was found in Colorado for the first time.


PRESS RELEASE: Colorado Bat Watch, a community science project to study and conserve bats, officially launches today on International Bat Appreciation Day

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 17, 2023  Media Contacts:Megan Mueller, Rocky Mountain Wild, 303-704-9760, megan@rockymountainwild.orgPaige Singer, Rocky Mountain Wild, 303-503-4018,  Steamboat Springs, Colo. – Today is International Bat Appreciation Day, a day to celebrate the benefits bats bring to the health of our communities, our ecosystems and our crops.  Join Colorado Bat Watch, a new […]