The wolves aren’t waiting for Colorado voters

From the in Glenwood Springs, Colorado:

Over the past few years, several wolves have wandered into Colorado from farther north.

According to state wildlife officials, recent activity in Moffat County indicates that a pack of six wolves has chosen to make Colorado their home.

“It is inevitable, based on known wolf behavior, that they would travel here from states where their populations are well established,” said JT Romatzke, manager of Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s northwest region.

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