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Climate Change Threatens National Parks, ‘Killing’ The Colorado River, Colorado’s Wine Pioneer, A Collection Of Dead Critters

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As the National Park Service turns 100 it faces some major challenges in Colorado, including warming lakes that threaten aquatic life, and severe wildfires. We're joined by park service director Jonathan Jarvis as part of our coverage on climate change and parks. And, climate change also threatens to "kill" the Colorado River according to a ProPublica report that inspired a new documentary. Also, the pioneer of Colorado's wine industry says the state's wines are flourishing. Then, dead animals at the Denver Museum of Nature & Science will help researchers understand the coming changes to Rocky Mountain ecosystems.