How Colorado Plans to Reintroduce Wolves on Western Slope by 2023 Deadline

From the Pagosa Daily Post:

Colorado could be less than a year away from the state’s first relocation of gray wolves to parts of the Western Slope, as required by a ballot initiative passed by voters in 2020.

A draft plan released by Colorado Parks and Wildlife last month calls for the reintroduction of 10 to 15 wolves per year over the next three to five years, with an initial target of a stable population of at least 50 animals within the state.  (You can download the 293-page plan here.)

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