From the Steamboat Pilot in Colorado:

A working group outlining logistics for Colorado’s wolf reintroduction favors capturing animals already in the Northern Rocky Mountains and quickly releasing wolves in areas of the state with broad expanses of public lands and low populations of humans and livestock.

Based on other reintroduction efforts, wolves could be present in most of the state as soon as 10 years after the first release, the group estimates.

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