Rocky Mountain Cat Conservancy

wild cat research and community stewardship

Coming up!  Wild by Wild Exhibit October 25 &26, 2014



Rocky Mountain Cat Conservancy and Fort Collins Museum of Discovery to Host Community Wildlife Event and Photo Exhibit:

Wild by Wild 2014 Exhibit – Photographs of Local Wildlife by Local Wildlife

The annual Wild by Wild event marks a special time for the public to view images collected by the citizen science project: Communities, Cameras, and Conservation.  It is also the major event to raise funds to support the program throughout the year.  This year, we are asking  RMCC members to donate items that can be used in the silent auction on the evening of Oct 25th.  Please consider helping with donations of:

- Art

- Outdoor  equipment

- Nature-related items

If you have an item that you would like to donate, please contact Caroline Krumm at 970-215-3759

Look for updates about the events in the coming weeks.

Thanks, and we look forward to seeing you October 25 & 26.

Mountain Lion Field Seminar
- Aug. 23-24, 2014 - Rocky Mt. Nature Association, Estes Park, CO 

Video Vignette on Communities, Cameras and Conservation, with students and  volunteers assisting with field reserach on mountain lions and other wildlife. 

Click BROCHURE to download a copy our of brochure! 

    New Book on Snow Leopard by Don Hunter
(click here to purchase at discount rate) (Click here for interview of Hunter on Colorado Public Radio)

Join Our Efforts!

You can make difference in conserving mountain lions and other wild cats around the globe.

Our approach is to integrate effective mountain lion research with responsible  management practices and community stewardship. Together, we can ensure the longevity of our mountain lion resource and contribute to research efforts  for other wild cats.

Please make your generous tax-deductible gift now and join the Rocky Mountain Cat Conservancy. With a $35 membership you'll receive our bi-annual newsletter Wild Cat and a free RMCC t-shirt.  Please click the "Become a Member" Web page above.  Many Thanks!!

















Our Vision...

  • Research designed to sustain mountain lions in Rocky Mountain National Park and along Colorado's Front Range. 
  • Seeking ways to minimize human-lion encounters and incidents with domestic animals. 
  • Working to protect critical lion habitat for the species' long-term survival.
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