Colorado Will Reintroduce Endangered Gray Wolves This Month

From Smithsonian Magazine:

Colorado is set to start reintroducing gray wolves within the coming weeks. Voters passed a ballot initiative in 2020 that requires the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission (CPW) to begin reintroduction efforts by the end of this year.

Over the course of this month, officials will capture, transport and release up to ten wolves from Oregon, according to USA Today’s Trevor Hughes, a process that can start as soon as December 8. CPW plans to eventually introduce 30 to 50 wolves in total.


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