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Meeting To Talk Wolves In Colorado

There will be a meeting tomorrow in Steamboat to discuss wolves in Colorado. The Sierra Club is hosting the meeting starting at 7 at the Bud Werner Library. Two short films concerning wolves in Colorado will be shown, which will be followed by a discussion with a member of the Sierra Club’s Continue reading

Record Number Of Wolves And Livestock Killed

Nearly 250 livestock animals were killed by Grey Wolves last year in Wyoming, according to a new report from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, setting a new record for the state. The record number of livestock deaths, resulted in wildlife managers killing nearly 115 wolves, which is also a Continue reading

CPW Prepares For Wolves In Northern Colorado

Grey_WolfDue to an increase in wolf sightings, Colorado Parks and Wildlife are preparing for the possibility that the species will establish its self in the northern part of the state. There have been numerous confirmed sightings in recent years, including a grey wolf that Continue reading

Parks And Wildlife Discuss Wolves In Colorado

gray-wolfLate last year, the Parks and Wildlife Commission put forward a draft resolution to oppose the reintroduction of wolves into Colorado. The discussion about wolves will continue this Wednesday at the Commission’s regularly scheduled meeting in Denver.  More than ten years ago, Parks and Wildlife approved a plan for managing wolves that migrate into Colorado. Continue reading

Wildlife Officials Still Oppose Wolf Reintroduction

PARKS AND WILDLIFEColorado wildlife officials are considering reaffirming their opposition to reintroducing wolves to the state. The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission on Friday considered a draft resolution that would reaffirm the commission’s 1980s positions against reintroduction. It argues that reintroduction could have a harmful impact Continue reading

Wildlife Officials Encourage Residents to Watch for Moose

mooseColorado Parks and Wildlife wants to remind people to give wildlife plenty of room, especially when it comes to moose. The moose population is thriving in Colorado and as the number of moose rise, so does the chance for human interaction Continue reading