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Naturalist Nights 2014

Thank you to our sponsors who made it possible for us to record our 2014 presentations: Alpine Bank, Aspen Skiing Company, Bristlecone Mountain Sports, Days Inn, Filson, KUUR, Main Street Gallery & The Framer, Ragged Mountain Sports, Reese Henry & Co., St. Moritz Lodge & Condominiums, Stirling Peak Properties, The Big Wrap, The Connected Concierge, True Nature Healing Arts, Two Leaves Tea Company, and Tyrolean Lodge.

Wilderness-Act-in-an-Era-of-Global-ChangeFeb. 26, 2014 - The Wilderness Act in an Era of Global Change
Greg Aplet, PhD., The Wilderness Society

Pecha-Kucha-for-Thompson-DivideFeb. 19, 2014 - Pecha Kucha for the Thompson Divide
Pecha Kucha Troop, Local supporters for the Thompson Divide

Alpine-treeline-laser-mappingFeb. 13, 2014 - Response of the Alpine Treeline to Climate Change on Pikes Peak
Miroslav Kummel, Colorado College
NOTE: Due to technical difficulties the first 20 minutes of the presentation was not recorded.

Laser-Mapping-of-Mountain-SnowpacksFeb. 6, 2014 - Laser Mapping of Mountain Snowpacks: The NASA Airborne Snow ObservatoryJeff Deems, Ph.D., University of Colorado

Songbirds as Indicators of Healthy Riparian EcosystemsJan. 30, 2014 - Songbirds as Indicators of Healthy Riparian Ecosystems
Dee Malone, local ecologist


Moose in the Roaring Fork ValleyJan. 16, 2014 - Moose in the Roaring Fork Valley

Stephanie Duckett, Coloardo Parks and Wildlife


Antartic Birds and AnimalsJan. 8, 2014 - Wildlife at the End of the Earth: Antartic Birds and Animals

Dick Filby, International Birder


 

Naturalist Nights 2013


Northern GoshawksMar. 21, 2013 - Northern Goshawks in the American West

Jenny Berven, Rocky Mountain Bird Observatory


Mar. 14, 2013 - Can Colorado Contribute to Wolverine Conservation in the Face of Climate Change?

Eric Odell, Colorado Parks and Wildlife


Mar. 7 , 2013 - What’s in the air? Air quality in the White River National Forest

Andrea Holland Sears, White River National Forest


Drill Rigs on our Doorstep by Peter HartFeb. 14, 2013 - Drill Rigs on our Doorstep

Peter Hart, Wilderness Workshop


Jan. 31, 2013 - Reintroduction for Conservation: Experiences from Colorado’s Lynx Reintroduction

Tanya Shenk, PhD., National Park Service


Jan. 10, 2013 - The Journey of Cutthroat Trout in Colorado

Jessica Metcalf, PhD

Naturalist Nights 2012

Wilderness

Apr. 4, 2012 - The American Dipper as an Indicator of River Health

Dee Malone, ecologist


WildernessMar. 29, 2012 - Pikas and Climate in the American West

Liesl Erb, ecologist and PhD candidate


WildernessMar. 21, 2012 - Climate Change and Our Future in the Rocky Mountains

Ian Billick PhD, director of Rocky Mountain Biological Lab


WildernessMar. 15, 2012 - Forest Restoration for Resilient Forests

Tony Cheng, director of the Colorado Forest Restoration Institute


WildernessMar. 2, 2012 - Beetles, Dust, and Climate: Changing Hydrology in the Colorado River Headwaters

Jeff Deems, hydrologist and snow scientist


WildernessFeb. 22, 2012 - War on the West

Eric Molvar, author and director of the Biodiversity Conservation Alliance


WildernessFeb. 16, 2012 - The Colorado River: Flowing Through Conflict

Pete McBride, author and photographer


WildernessFeb. 9, 2012 - Black Swifts: The “Coolest” Bird

Kim Potter, USFS Scientist


WildernessJan. 19, 2012 - The Meaning of Wilderness and the Rights of Nature

Rod Nash Ph.D., environmental historian and author of Wilderness and the American Mind


BeaversJan. 13, 2012 – Beaver: Nuisance or Opportunity

Sherri Tippie, Colorado licensed live beaver trapper and relocator

Naturalist Nights 2011

MarmotsMarch 17, 2011 – Marmots: The Sound of Fear

Dr. Dan Blumstein, chair Dept. of Ecology and Biology, UCLA and leading marmot expert



BeetlesMarch 2, 2011 – Beetles and Fire and Climate
Change, Oh My

Dr. Dan Tinker, University of Wyoming


RoadlessFeb. 3, 2011 - Roadless: One Man’s Search for America’s Least Known Public Lands

Nelson Guda, author/photographer