Colorado Parks and Wildlife announces plans to release up to 15 more wolves

From Vail Daily:

Up to 15 wolves could be coming to Colorado next year, according to a news release from Colorado Parks and Wildlife.

In an agreement announced Friday, Jan. 19, the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation will be the source of up to 15 wolves for the Colorado gray wolf reintroduction effort, the release states. To date, 10 wolves have been released in Colorado.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife plans to capture the wolves from the Confederated Tribes on tribal land sometime between December 2024 and January 2025, according to the news release. The Colorado Wolf Restoration and Management Plan sets a goal of translocating 10-15 gray wolves per capture season for a total of 30-50 wolves.


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