Habitat Connectivity Spotlight: “Development, Fragmentation, and Recreation: Are We Loving Our Wild Places to Death?”
Outdoor recreation is foundational in our way of life here in Colorado. But even passive recreation has a negative impact on habitat connectivity and can be life-threatening to all kinds of wildlife.
How can gear-happy campers, hikers, and bikers have a good time without putting even more stress on wild animals who are trying to establish new territories, migrate, and find resources, like food and water?
On Wednesday, November 18th, at 6:30 p.m., find out how to plan your outing with connectivity in mind, when the Western Slope Connectivity Project hosts Paul Millhouser, of Rocky Mountain Wild, as he presents “Development, Fragmentation, and Recreation: Are We Loving Our Wild Places to Death?"