Introducing the Rocky Mountain Wildlife Bridge Company!

US Interstate 70 (I-70) is the major highway right across the middle of America, stretching 2,153 miles (3,465 km) from Maryland to Utah.  It is considered a “marvel” in the US Interstate System, and has four sections in the Colorado Rockies that are regarded as...

The Great Migration: the Path of the Pronghorn

The WILD staff in Boulder recently took a road trip up to Jackson, Wyoming to meet with our rock star partners in conservation, The Murie Center.  Around Laramie, Wyoming the expansiveness of the undeveloped land softened me and I wondered how long it would be until...

Return of the Lynx

In my undergrad ecology class at SUNY at Buffalo we studied predator/prey cycles and a well-studied phenomena of ecology is the predator prey cycle of the Canada lynx and Snowshoe hare.  I worked in a struggling record store while in college that also had used books...

Earth Hour 2012

Just a few years ago in March 2008, I was in the back seat of a beat up sedan that my world-traveler friends had purchased upon their landing in New Zealand.  See, it was cheaper to buy a crappy little car for a couple hundred bucks to use for a month and sell it to...

Sleepwalking in the Wilderness, Part II

“Wilderness, it is here I came to know myself, but it was only just the beginning, because I found the more you know your true self, the more you know about those around you,” J. Shaw, participant on trail with the Wilderness Leadership School, South Africa. I chose...
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