Preserving our planet for future generations

This story appears in the spring 2024 issue of RED Magazine. Wildlife lovers, here’s some trivia: Invertebrates, which are animals…

Bugging out: What to expect during this year’s rare double swarm of cicadas

If you’ve been following the news lately, you’ve probably heard about a rare double swarm of cicadas that will surface…

5 waterwise flowers to replace your turfgrass

Editor’s note: A version of this story originally appeared in RED in April 2022. It has been edited to ensure…

What’s in a bird’s name? It shouldn’t be a human, ornithologists say

Birds probably don’t identify with the names we assign them, but those names often matter quite a lot to us….

9 career paths for hydrophiles

From the state’s 24-year megadrought to the interstate Colorado River deal, water issues have been dominating headlines in recent years….

Far from the ocean, a Colorado biologist works to save coral reefs

Over a quarter of all known marine species rely on coral reefs for survival. They also help shield coastal areas…

The truth about winter in Denver

Editor’s note: This story originally appeared in RED in October 2018 and has been edited to ensure that all information…

Best trails to see fall foliage (and get some exercise)

One good thing about the abundant rainfall this year: It’s going to translate into a banner season for leaf peeping….

The truth about summer in Denver

Spending time in the Mile High City this summer? Or perhaps you saw Denver ranked 14th among America’s Top 20…

Meet Colorado’s only water sommelier

You’re probably familiar with the tasks of a wine sommelier — a trained professional specializing in the nuances of wine…

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