Rocky Mountain Wild protects, connects, and restores wildlife
and wild lands across Colorado, Utah, Wyoming and New
Mexico. Our work benefits endangered species large and small,
popular and unknown, across the Rocky Mountain West.
Our campaigns have also secured protections for some of the last
wild places in the Rockies, including Wolf Creek Pass, the
Dolores River Basin, and the Rio Grande National Forest.
Thanks to your generosity, Rocky Mountain Wild has
advanced safeguards for 31 at-risk species and protected
nearly 1.7 million acres of vital mountain, wetland, prairie,
desert, and forest habitat.