Colorado’s new wolves are alive and well, but state officials face transparency concerns about releases

From Canon City Daily Record:

The 10 wolves set loose in Colorado last month as part of a historic state-led reintroduction are doing well, but the humans charged with orchestrating the multi-year effort addressed concerns this week about a lack of transparency about the releases.

The state’s top wildlife official apologized to the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission for providing little information about the timing and location of the releases in mid-December. He said an after-action review is underway.


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