Five Gray Wolves Released in Colorado

From Drovers:

Five gray wolves were released into a remote area of Colorado’s Rocky Mountains on Monday, marking the start of the most ambitious wolf reintroduction effort in the U.S. in almost three decades.

The wolf release was the result of a voter-approved reintroduction program embraced by the state’s urban Democratic voters but opposed in conservative rural areas. The wolves were set free from crates in a Grand County location that state officials kept undisclosed to protect the predators.


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