What RMW was able to accomplish under Tehri’s leadership

What RMW was able to accomplish under Tehri’s leadership

By: Megan Mueller, Senior Conservation Biologist and Interim Executive Director Our executive director, Tehri Parker, is retiring. Our staff and board members would like to wish Tehri well in her next adventure and are glad that she will have time to get out a...

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Bureau of Land Management’s Virtual Public Meeting on Greater Sage-Grouse, Jan 24

Bureau of Land Management’s Virtual Public Meeting on Greater Sage-Grouse, Jan 24

The Bureau of Land Management (Bureau) has scheduled a virtual public meeting to gather input on the greater sage-grouse range-wide management plan. The public forum is online on Zoom and scheduled for January 24, 6:30-8 pm MST.

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Rocky Mountain Wild’s Lynx Tree

Rocky Mountain Wild’s Lynx Tree

Colorado Endangered Species Week, May 15-21 Links Referenced on Social Media

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Another win for Wolf Creek Pass!

Another win for Wolf Creek Pass!

By: Chris Talbot-Heindl and Matt Sandler, Rocky Mountain Wild Remember in 2015 when the Leavell-McCombs Joint Venture (LMJV) exchanged a private parcel to the Forest Service (Service) in exchange for Service land adjacent to Highway 160? We challenged that exc...

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Give the gift that protects biodiversity on Cyber Monday!

Give the gift that protects biodiversity on Cyber Monday!

Give the gift that protects biodiversity by adopting a little brown bat or American pika! Adopt a bat and support the community science program, Colorado Bat Watch. This program utilizes community scientists to collect data to enable agencies to monitor bat sp...

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All’s Well That Ends Wells – A look back at oil and gas in 2021

All’s Well That Ends Wells – A look back at oil and gas in 2021

Phew! 2021 was a bit of a whirlwind when it came to oil and gas leasing. Here’s what happened: Right at the beginning of the year, we had a significant win here in Colorado when new regulations for oil and gas development increased protection of 12.7 mil...

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What Colorado Pika Project accomplished in 2021

What Colorado Pika Project accomplished in 2021

This year, we had so many great accomplishments we wanted to share with you! In 2021 we had a record number of volunteer community scientists in the field collecting data. In fact, we had 438 volunteers (over 100 were new to the program) who contribu...

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Read about Rocky Mountain Wild in the news!

Read our Press Releases here. Colorado Corridors Project “Colorado Lawmakers Aim for Federal Wildlife Crossing Funds.” Eric Galatas, Public News Service, March 10, 2022. “Colorado State Highway 9 Wildlife Crossings – The First Five Year...

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Groups sue over plan to poison prairie dogs and eliminate black-footed ferret habitat on Thunder Basin National Grassland

Groups sue over plan to poison prairie dogs and eliminate black-footed ferret habitat on Thunder Basin National Grassland

Western Watersheds Project, Rocky Mountain Wild, and WildEarth Guardians filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Forest Service that challenges a plan amendment for the Thunder Basin National Grassland in northeast Wyoming. The agency’s plan ramps up eradication ...

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Protect, Connect, and Restore Wildlife and Wild Lands

Protect, Connect, and Restore Wildlife and Wild Lands

Peer-to-Peer Colorado Gives Fundraising Kit Thank you so much for taking part in our peer-to-peer fundraising for the Colorado Gives campaign! This is our first year trying a peer-to-peer fundraising campaign, so if you have any questions, suggestions, or conc...

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