Welcome to Wild Connections For more than twenty years we've involved people in identifying and protecting the wildlands network in our region.
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Go online today to Preschedule your donation to Wild Connections for Tuesday, December 6 Colorado Gives Day
Our piks is preparing for the future and he challenges you to help Wild Connections do the same.
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Your donation will be increased proportionately by the Colorado Gives $1,000,000 incentive fund. Help Wild Connections ...
Coordinate volunteer habitat projects that close illegal roads, protect migration corridors and habitat for elk, deer, moose, lynx, and keep our water clean.
Facilitate citizen involvement in the current Pike-San Isabel and BLM planning that will determine future management for motorized travel, protection of lands with wilderness qualities and energy development.
Provide opportunities for you to go on wildlands hikes, inventory roadless areas, and catalog biodiversity
Educate all of us.on the importance of these lands and how people can take effective action.
Lynx kittens need lots of space in areas where snowshoe hares abound and their mothers can raise them in relative solitude. The high mountains west of the Arkansas valley have become home to many that come over from the introduction site in the San Juan Mountains.
In these uncertain times, Wild Connections will continue to protect native plants and animals in the Arkansas and South Platte headwaters.
You are needed too - join friends and colleagues to fight for the future of wildlands and biodiverstiy in our region and beyond.
Let's keep it wild for future lynx and pika and all others.
Wild Connections 2168 Pheasant Place, Colorado Springs CO 80909 email@example.com