By Jennifer McRae

DENVER (CBS4)– Colorado Parks and Wildlife met to discuss wolf reintroduction and management on Wednesday. They also discussed how they plan to hose listening sessions for public input.

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CPW wants to have the public sessions in person later this year, if possible. They also plan on hiring a wolf reintroduction facilitator. Those public sessions would take place primarily on the Western Slope.

Last November, Colorado voters approved a measure by a razor thin margin that requires Colorado Parks and Wildlife to come up with a plan to reintroduce and manage gray wolves.

Jennifer McRae