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The American pika, that adorable little mammal that greets alpine hikers with its distinctive “Eeep!”, is facing an uncertain future in the Rocky Mountains. Rising temperatures and reduced snowpack may change the environmental conditions this cold loving species needs to survive. Join Rocky Mountain Wild’s Senior Conservation Biologist, Megan Muller, (via zoom) for a discussion of pika ecology and the potential impacts of climate change on pika. Learn how the Front Range Pika Project, a community science project in our own backyard, is significantly advancing scientific understanding of pika, and how you can become involved. You will also learn about a new smartphone app called Pika Patrol that you can use to help us with our research by recording pika sightings throughout the Rockies. Following the Zoom presentation participants who are in-person at Wild Bear Nature Center will have the opportunity to test out the app (Beta version), sign up to volunteer, and even adopt a plush pika to help fund the research.

The Front Range Pika Project is a partnership between Rocky Mountain Wild and Denver Zoo.

How to Get There


Sunday, May 16, 2021

1:00 – 2:30PM

Ticket Cost


How to register

To register in person, please follow this link.

To register for the webinar, please follow this link.

Climate Action: Talus about Pikas



Sunday, May 16, 2021
1:00 pm–2:30 pm


Wild Bear Nature Center

20 Lakeview Drive
Nederland, CO, 80466