Colorado Parks and Wildlife successfully completes gray wolf capture work in Oregon

From Valley Courier:

COLORADO — Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) experts on Dec. 22 completed capture work in Oregon, finishing their work in the state. As a result of the CPW team’s work in Oregon, the agency released a total of 10 gray wolves onto state-owned public land in Summit and Grand counties, continuing the agency’s efforts to create a permanent, self-sustaining gray wolf population in Colorado.


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