Pika conservation project goes statewide, needs volunteers

The Front Range Pika Project in Colorado is expanding statewide. The project needs more volunteers to help cover new research sites. From: KUSA January 2, 2019 Colorado researchers want to protect American Pikas, and they need your help to do it. The Denver Z...

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Want to See Climate Change in Colorado? Keep an Eye on the Pikas

It didn’t take long for 11-year-old Brooke Pollock to spot a pika on Loveland Pass last July. One of the hamster-like critters darted between boulders, its cheeks stuffed with grass and leaves. Soon other pikas chirped from atop the rocks, warning their comr...

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Local Pikas Provide Clues For Climate Impacts

By: Elizabeth Stewart-Severy, Aspen Public Radio August 26, 2018 For nearly a decade, biologists with the nonprofit Rocky Mountain Wild and the Denver Zoo have studied pikas on the Front Range; this summer, that work is expanding to the White River National Fo...

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The End of an Internship

The End of an Internship

By: Tessa Lightfoot, 100 Women for the Wild Intern I am sad to say that my internship with Rocky Mountain Wild has come to an end. On my last trip with Paige, we visited State Highway 9 to check camera traps along the road. A tall wildlife fence extends along ...

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A Woman for the Wild: Tessa Lightfoot

A Woman for the Wild: Tessa Lightfoot

By: Tessa Lightfoot With an introduction by: Chris Talbot-Heindl Introduction: the 100 Women for the Wild Emerging Female Leader Internship In Rocky Mountain Wild staff meetings, it’s not unusual to hear Matt lament about being vastly out-numbered. This ...

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