Wolf plan approved but finding states to provide wolves may be difficult

From The Fence Post:

The Colorado Wolf Restoration and Management Plan was unanimously approved by the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission on May 3. The final approval inches CPW biologists closer to reintroducing wolves by the end of the year.

However, the states named in the plan that are potential sources of donor wolves may not be on board.

A spokesman for Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks, Greg Lemon, said his state is not involved in any conversations with other states about moving wolves. Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon told 9News he is opposed to sending wolves to Colorado.

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