Rocky Mountain Wild works to protect the greater southern Rocky Mountain ecological region. With over 22 million acres of public land and 54 peaks soaring above 14,000 feet, our region encompasses some of the best remaining habitat in the lower 48 states. From mountains and high desert mesas to red rock canyons and golden prairies, our region is a biological gem – and it is all we focus on.
Our team of conservation biologists, GIS specialists, and attorneys are active participants in the scientific community; they present at conferences, write reports and articles, and engage in direct research to fill the gaps in the scientific record as needed. At Rocky Mountain Wild, we always use the best available science to achieve our conservation goals.