DetailsSome believe it's a birthright to have access to public lands. Some believe it's a privilege. Regardless of what you believe, and maybe it's both, it's important for us to protect wildlands for the wildlife that lives there, and for future generations. This original design, the Flatirons, in Boulder, Colorado rises up 1,400 feet from the ground, they hang over the city like a giant protector. And while they’re beautiful for us to stare up at (and occasionally climb), they’re also home to a wide variety of animal life, like coyote, fox, bears, deer, elk, and mountain lions, who live on the land surrounding these iconic rock slants. It’s estimated that the Flatirons were formed 296 million years ago, and we hope that they’re still rocking for another couple million years!