Two years after Coloradoans voted to reintroduce gray wolves in the state’s western slope, the issue is raising concerns in neighboring Utah. Specifically, ranchers and hunters in the Beehive State worry that predators will adversely affect their livestock and prey animals, respectively.
Kirk Robinson, Ph.D, is the founder and executive director of the Western Wildlife Conservancy. Recently, Robinson wrote an opinion piece for The Salt Lake Tribune regarding the gray wolf issue. Robinson argues that while certain concerns are valid, misinformation is obscuring the facts.
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