WATCH: Colorado releases five gray wolves in Grand County

From Colorado Politics:

Wildlife experts on Monday released five gray wolves in Colorado’s Western Slope, the culmination of years of planning for a program that has stoked political tensions and is likely to lead to conflicts as the predators make the valleys, lakes and peaks of the north-central Rocky Mountains their new home.

Colorado officers released the wolves in Grand County after a last-ditch effort by cattlemen and livestock growers on Friday failed to persuade a federal judge to halt their reintroduction.


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