Gray wolf restoration and management plan near completion


DENVER (KDVR) — The Colorado Parks and Wildlife wolf restoration and management plan is closer to being final and complete after the latest meeting in Steamboat Springs on April 6, the department said in a release Wednesday.

Changes made to two key issues were part of the meeting — regulations for nongame wildlife and regulations for damage caused by wildlife consistent with CPW’s plan, which includes gray wolf claims.

The next meetings are scheduled in Glenwood Springs on May 3-4 and this final draft is expected to be accepted by the commission, CPW said.

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