Will wolf-watchers flock to Colorado? Tourism leaders have mixed opinions

From NPR for Northern Colorado:

Wolves don’t just fascinate or intrigue Nathan Varley. They’re his livelihood.

Varley and his wife, Linda Thurston, run a wolf-watching business called Yellowstone Wolf Tracker. For 17 years they’ve helped hundreds of tourists glimpse and photograph the national park’s famous wolf packs. Customers also see bison, grizzly bears and other wildlife. But it’s the wolves that most tourists travel for—and pay specifically to see.


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