For more than a decade Rocky Mountain Wild and a coalition of other conservation organizations have been fighting to stop the development of the “Village at Wolf Creek.” This proposed development would build roads, homes, condos, retail stores, and energy infrastructure to support 8,000 people at the top of Wolf Creek Pass. The “village” would bisect an important wildlife movement corridor connecting the Weminuche and San Juan Wilderness areas, and disrupt critical daily and seasonal movement patterns for lynx, black bear, elk, and other species.

On Saturday, August 22 Rocky Mountain Wild lead a bioblitz at Wolf Creek Pass to survey and record the biodiversity of this landscape, and to find out what is really happening among “all those dead trees.” Read the complete article and the findings on the Rocky Mountain Wild site.

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