Colorado wildlife officials are visiting wolf-impacted communities after rocky start to reintroduction

From The Durango Herald:

In some of their first meetings with the general public since wolves were released in December, CPW got pelted with questions from ranchers and recreationalists wanting to dig deeper into the nuances of living with wolves after the groups had time to digest their arrival.

At meetings that unfolded from Feb. 26 to March 3 in Silverthorne, Steamboat Springs, Winter Park and Florence, attendees asked questions about everything from how to recreate around wolves to what happens if wolves attack cows in pooled herds.


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