Gray wolf possibly spotted in Colorado


JACKSON COUNTY, Colorado — Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) biologists are working to confirm a wolf sighting in Jackson County and another in Grand County, according to a CPW Facebook post.

That’s a pretty big deal because the gray wolf and the Mexican wolf (listed separately as a subspecies) are classified as federally endangered in Colorado, CPW says on its website. And until recently, gray wolves were gone from Colorado, the last ones were killed by about 1940.

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