Oregon agrees to transfer 10 wolves to Colorado after other Western states decline

From Oregon Capital Chronicle:

Oregon has agreed to transfer wolves to Colorado after other states declined to participate in that state’s new program.

The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife will allow Colorado’s Parks and Wildlife Department to trap and transfer up to 10 gray wolves from northeastern Oregon to Colorado. Oregon officials agreed to the plan after their counterparts in Idaho, Montana and Wyoming declined to help Colorado over concerns that a growing wolf population could migrate to their states.


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