In the face of a climate crisis, the Colorado Pika Project is engaging community scientists to conserve the American pika and safeguard the health of alpine ecosystems in Colorado.

The Colorado Pika Project is a research project implemented by community scientists across Colorado. Through long-term monitoring of pika populations, we are not only providing useful data to researchers and land managers, but we are doing so in a way that educates and engages Coloradans in conservation and the local impacts of climate change.

* Formerly known as the Front Range Pika Project

Pikas, Prairies & the Climate Crisis

A photography exhibit about saving our wildlife

October 22, 2022 to January 8 2023
Museum of Boulder, 2205 Broadway, Boulder, CO

Using stunning field photography and video this exhibit explores the surprising connections between Colorado’s shortgrass prairies and the American pika. 

Join us for the Opening Reception at 6:30pm on October 22nd and learn more about the exhibit here 

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Denver Zoo & Rocky Mountain Wild

A partnership for the American pika

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