From KJCT News 8:
GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KJCT) – Colorado Parks and Wildlife is approaching a hard deadline to reintroduce gray wolves into the state.
While Colorado has been searching where they’ll acquire wolves from, three other states rejected Colorado’s request for wolves.
Over the summer CPW officials reached out to the Nez Perce tribe to see if they could help in the effort to reintroduce the animals to the state. The chairman of the tribe said he spoke to Governor Jared Polis once, and he wants to finalize a deal, but they aren’t quite there yet.
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