From Outdoor Life:

The first wild gray wolf pups born in Colorado in 80 years have been spotted near the Wyoming border, according to the Colorado Sun. Colorado wildlife personnel located three wolf pups with their parents at a den in the northwest corner of the state.

The pups are being observed from 2 miles away to avoid disturbing them. Authorities believe there may be more than three pups, since gray wolves commonly have litters of four to six.

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