“Other than the threat of being killed when we break the rules, bears face a new threat. As our climate warms, their hibernation duration is growing shorter causing them to require more food the rest of the year - more food than the fluctuating climate in these life zones may be able to provide.” Nick Mollé
In this clip from our new film, "Nature of the Beasts", Nick talks about the world famous elk rut and shares some facts that you might not already know.
It takes all of us to save the life of a bear! Seeing a wild bear is an unforgettable experience! Black bears eat, sleep, and live here. Rocky is an important place for bears. And we hope it is a special place for you. We care about bears. Will you?
In this clip from our newest film, "Nature of the Beasts", Nick meets with Scott Rashid from the Colorado Avian Research and Rehabilitation Institute to talk about owls in Rocky Mountain National Park. "Nature of the Beasts" is now playing on PBS stations across the country and is available to purchase on our website as a DVD/Blu-ray combo.
For thousands of years beavers have been a vital part of the riparian life zones within Rocky Mountain National Park. In this clip from "Rivers of the Rockies", Nick talks about the importance of these industrious critters that many consider to be "nature's engineers".
We filmed these two bull moose yesterday evening in Rocky Mountain National Park.
This photo of a Mule Deer was recently taken by one of our App users in Estes Park.
This photo of a moose was taken by one of our App users right past the Fall River Entrance to RMNP.
With black bears starting to come out of hibernation we thought it might be a great idea to share this video we produced with the cooperation of Rocky Mountain National Park a while back. It takes all of us to save the life of a bear!
We snapped these photos of a young mink in Estes Park over the weekend!
Looking for a good place to see Big Horn Sheep? Check out this clip from "Wild Notes with Nick Mollé" to find out where and when is the best time to see some big horn sheep headbutting.
Every year Estes Park, CO is treated to one of the great events in nature, the elk rut! Here’s an important video we made reminding everyone to be safe and respect these majestic animals.