From The Herald Times in Colorado:

Colorado Parks and Wildlife is hosting a two-hour public meeting in Walden on Dec. 10 to discuss the continuation of a study on moose that will have a new focus on understanding the coexistence with wolves in North Park. In addition to research updates and plans, experts will be available to answer questions about wolf reintroduction planning, as well as current wolf management policy.

“The meeting length will really be determined by everyone’s questions,” said CPW Mammals Research Biologist Eric Bergman. “We invite the public to come learn more about this project as it relates to past research and why we are refining some of our research questions to put us in a more informed position in the future when we need to simultaneously manage moose, elk, deer and wolves.”

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