Colorado waits to see if released wolves will produce first pups this spring

From Coloradoan:

The clock is ticking on whether Colorado’s released wolves will breed and have pups this spring.

Wolf breeding season starts in mid-February, around Valentine’s Day, with pups born starting in mid-April.

At the March 13 Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission meeting, Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials said the GPS collars placed on the 10 wolves when they were released in Grand and Summit counties in late December will give them clues as to if or when the state might expect pups this spring.


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