Delia Malone

New Mountain Lion Plan Falls Short, Say Opponents

Apr 8, 2020
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Colorado Parks and Wildlife wants to change the way it manages mountain lions on the West Slope but not everyone thinks the plan is a good idea. KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh has this report.

Epic Yellowstone: Return of the Predators

Ecologist Delia Malone stopped by Express Yourself to preview the Howl Yes! Film Series at CMC Spring Valley on November 22 at 6pm. Advocating for wolf reintroduction in Colorado, Delia responds to doubts raised by local rancher Bill Fales on a recent episode of For Land's Sake.

Garco Commissioners Oppose Wolf Reintroduction

Nov 14, 2019
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A ballot initiative is in the works to restore grey wolves to Colorado. But, Garfield County Commissioners recently joined other West Slope counties in opposition to the proposal. KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh has more.

Author, biologist, and retired Wildlife Services trapper, Carter Neimeyer, and frequent guest ecologist Delia Malone talk about the controversial government agency and impacts of development, oil and gas extraction, hunting and other modern uses of public lands on the West's wild animals.

Colorado Governor-elect Jared Polis takes office on January 8, 2019. KDNK’s Amy Hadden Marsh asked citizens at a public meeting in Rifle last week what he could do for them or for their part of the state.

Featured Nonprofit: Roaring Fork Audubon

Mar 17, 2018
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Roaring Fork Audubon is one of the areas's oldest environmental organizations and hosts two bird counts annually. As part of KDNK's Featured Nonprofit series, Amy Hadden Marsh talks with RFA vice-chair Delia Malone about the Migratory Bird Treaty Act and more.

Colorado Mountain College

Dee Malone is the Wildlife Committee Chair for the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the Sierra Club. She talks to KDNK's Amy Hadden Marsh about the organization's diversity and its quest to restore the Mexican Gray Wolf to the American Southwest.

Local ecologist Delia Malone talks to Bill about the importance of wildland predators.