Wolves could be roaming in Colorado in just a few weeks. The nonprofit Light Hawk Aviation has agreed to help Colorado relocate wolves from Oregon for free. Normally, it would cost thousands of dollars, but Light Hawk said Colorado’s wolf reintroduction fits with their mission to use aviation to make conservation efforts more efficient and effective. The Grand Junction-based organization has helped with Mexican gray wolf and red wolf relocations over the past decade and said transporting the wolves by air will put far less stress on the animals. Colorado can take up to ten wolves from Oregon with a release date any time after December 8.