In September 2020, photographer Dawn Wilson drove all of the roads in Rocky Mountain National Park to document the best spots for photography for her photo tour participants. She had no idea that one month later, some of these locations would be burned during an explosive evening when the East Troublesome Fire near Grand Lake grew more than 100,000 acres.
The anticipation is that spring will bring fresh green meadows, a lot of wildflowers, and the return of insects followed by birds in the burn areas. But what will happen with the larger mammals? How will those meadows look? What will the new normal be in Rocky Mountain National Park?
This presentation will take a look at those questions and present some of the answers and theories for the others.
Presented on the Zoom virtual platform, registrants will receive the Zoom invite 24 hours prior to the program.