Colorado secures next wolf supply source from tribes in another Pacific Northwest state

From Greeley Tribune:

Native American tribes in eastern Washington will supply up to 15 wolves to Colorado next winter under an agreement announced Friday that marks a major step forward for the state’s reintroduction efforts.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife said the agreement with the Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation will allow state wildlife officials to capture wolves on the tribes’ land from December through March 2025. Last month, CPW released the first 10 wolves, captured in neighboring Oregon, as part of a plan to reintroduce up to 50 of the apex predators to the state in coming years.


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