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Hiking with a Purpose: Volunteers Needed to Serve as Citizen Scientists

Volunteers can help scientists understand how climate change is affecting the American pika in the White River National Forest Avon, CO– Hikers are needed to volunteer to collect data to help scientists understand the potential impacts of climate change on the American pika and their alpine habitat.  Hikers who spot pikas are often charmed by these cute relatives of rabbits

Walking Mountains Hosts Colorado Corridors Project Training

Avid hikers have a unique opportunity to volunteer with the Colorado Corridors Project to help researchers with a wildlife monitoring study using remote camera traps. At an elevation of over 10,000 feet, Vail Pass has been identified as an ecologically significant site both statewide and regionally as an essential habitat corridor for many wildlife species – especially snow-dependent species such

Colorado Corridors Project Volunteering Opportunity

Avid hikers have a unique opportunity to volunteer with the Colorado Corridors Project to help researchers with a wildlife monitoring study using remote camera traps. At an elevation of over 10,000 feet, Vail Pass has been identified as an ecologically significant site both statewide and regionally as an essential habitat corridor for many wildlife species – especially snow-dependent species such as the Canada

Volunteers Needed for Eagle Clean-Up Day, April 28th

UPDATE: Spots available valley-wide for the highway cleanup.  Call Elena at the Eagle River Watershed Council for information.  970.827.5406.  Volunteers needed for Eagle Clean-Up Day – Saturday, April 28th, 8am to Noon. Roadside trash volunteers, call Erin Vega 328-2172 to pre-register or register at Brush Creek Pavilion 8-9am on the 28th. Lunch served at the Broken Arrow in Arrowhead Noon

Naturalist Volunteers Needed for Walking Mountains Science Center

Vail Volunteer Training Days June 17 & June 26 – 10am to 2pm Join Walking Mountains Science Center for an unforgettable experience working with people of all ages in the outdoors. Grow as an environmental educator and interpreter while supporting the work of a local non-profit organization. As a naturalist volunteer, you will receive ongoing training in interpretation.  Your main