Colorado Planning Reintroduction, but Wolves Could Be Returning on Their Own

From in Colorado:

When Charlie Marshall walked out the back door of his home in Lake County a few days before Christmas, he saw a giant paw print in the snow. It looked about the size of Marshall’s size 8.5 slippers. “I thought someone was playing a joke on me,” Marshall says.
The Denver-area real estate agent, who recently started doing business in Lake County near Leadville, has a game camera mounted on his back porch to track wildlife in the yard. In the summer, Marshall caught a large bear on the camera, but he knew winter wasn’t the season for bears, since they hibernate. So he took a look.

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