Wildlife conservation, from the top down

​​​Join us Thursday  August 31st, 2017!  

Join us at our 7th annual Wild x Wild photography exhibition of wildlife 'selfies' captured from more than 60 remote cameras across Colorado.

Enjoy a cash bar, light refreshments, and a presentation by Dr. Steve Berwick in the Digital Dome!

All proceeds support RMCC's mission to conserve wildlife from the top down through scientific research, community projects, and education initiatives.

​What do Asiatic lions in India and mountain lions in Northern Colorado have in common? More than you think! Join Dr. Steve Berwick on a breathtaking journey to the Gir Forest of northwest India where the only population of Asiatic lion in the world live alongside nomadic Maldharis, local herders. Featured in a National Geographic special, Dr. Berwick’s study transports you back to a time when little was known about this rare cat, and brings you forward to today where lion and man maintain a tenuous co-existence.

In addition, Rocky Mountain Cat Conservancy researchers will be on hand to offer a peek into the lions and other wildlife species in your backyard – Fort Collins’ elusive mountain lion, Colorado’s top predator. Two cats, two worlds…one great time!

Date: Thursday, August 31st, 6:30-9pm
Location: Fort Collins Museum of Discovery 

           408 Mason Ct, Fort Collins, CO

Can't make it Thursday night? Join us Saturday 9/2 from 10 am to 1 pm at the museum to view local wildlife photos.

Fort Collins Museum of Discovery 

408 Mason Court, Fort Collins, CO 80524​