Wildlife conservation, from the top down

Join RMCC biologists Dr. Don Hunter and Caroline Krumm for a field seminar in Rocky Mountain National Park learning about the ecology of Colorado's top predator, Puma concolor. View calendar and register here

Join us for Wild x Wild 2016: 

Friday, October 14

From our region's top predator, the mountain lion, down to the black footed ferret,
the Rocky Mountain Cat Conservancy is dedicated to protecting wildlife in the Rocky Mountains
​through scientific research, community projects, and education initiatives.

​​​​​Become a citizen scientist! Our CCC Program is an opportunity for volunteers and students of all ages to gain field experience while helping to capture important data from RMCC's remote sensor camera traps. Find out how you can get involved. 

​​Mountain Lion Field Seminars in Rocky Mountain National Park

Wildlife conservation, from the top down

Don't miss the Premiere Viewing of
​Wild x Wild 2016 -- an exciting photography exhibition of wildlife "selfies" captured from cameras all over Colorado. Friday, Oct. 14, 6:30-9pm at Fort Collins Museum of Discovery.

Get more info and buy tickets here!

Communities, Cameras, and Conservation (CCC)