Coloradans speak out in last public comment meeting for wolf reintroduction plan


DENVER — Colorado Parks and Wildlife hosted their fifth and final commission meeting regarding the wolf reintroduction plan Wednesday, in which the public can provide input.

The plan was officially released to the public in December, which detailed the state’s plan to capture between 30 and 50 wolves from other states over the next 3 to 5 years and gradually release them in the West Slope area.

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