‘Wolf program remains on track’: CPW updates on wolf reproduction, conflict minimization, community outreach

From Denver 7:

DENVER — All of the 10 gray wolves released in Colorado in December as part of the restoration plan have remained in the state and have not preyed on livestock as of Wednesday morning, Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) announced during a CPW Commission meeting.

Reid DeWalt, CPW’s assistant director of aquatic, terrestrial, and natural resources, presented an update on the wolf reintroduction effort during the CPW Commission meeting on Wednesday, which was virtual due to a major upcoming winter storm.


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