Wild Connections

Colorado Springs, Colorado, United States

Wild Connections identifies, protects and restores lands of the Upper Arkansas and South Platte watersheds to ensure the survival of native species and ecological richness.

Upcoming Events

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Beaver Creek Proposed Wilderness, a BLM Wildlands Hike

Beaver Creek, the largest watershed flowing from Pikes Peak, has many interesting wooded tributary valleys. This moderately strenuous, mostly off-trail hike covers six miles while gaining 800 feet elevation. Two stream crossings are possible. Learn about present and future protections for the proposed Wilderness and nearby BLM Lands with Wilderness

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Colorado Public Lands Day Stewardship Project

Celebrate Colorado Public Lands Day by giving back to your public lands. Join Wild Connections and South Park USFS Ranger District to remove old barbwire fencing on National Forest land, which creates obstruction for migrating wildlife. This community stewardship project will improve wildlife habitat for our neighboring herds of elk,

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Thirtyone Mile Mountain, a BLM Wildlands Hike

Thirtyone Mile Mountain is a peak along Currant Creek at the south end of South Park and northwest of Cañon City. The area contains an interesting mix of habitats, from a riparian corridor to high montane grasslands, as well as spruce, aspen, and bristlecone pine forests. This will be a

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Selkirk Restoration Project


  • Biodiversity
  • Land