Colorado Has Released Its First Wolves. What Happens Next?

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It’s been a whirlwind for Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) since the public voted to reintroduce wolves to the Centennial State in 2020—including negotiating a deal with Oregon to obtain canids and navigating an 11th-hour lawsuit from local ranchers seeking (unsuccessfully) to stall the effort. But while CPW released 10 wolves into Grand, Summit, and Eagle counties this past December, that’s only the first step toward a successful reintroduction. Here’s what we can expect in the years ahead.


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