Colorado Wildlife Officials Will Monitor State's First Gray Wolf Pups Since 1940s From AfarEndangered gray wolf pups have been spotted in Jackson County.
Wolf Pups Spotted In ColoradoFor the first time since the 1940s, wolf pups have been confirmed to be living in Colorado in the wild.
Members Of Colorado Working Group On Wolf Reintroduction ChosenColorado Parks and Wildlife chose the members for the group which will work to reintroduce wolves in the state.
CPW Wants To Hear From You About Gray Wolf Reintroduction In ColoradoColorado Parks and Wildlife will host its third educational session in June, focusing on livestock depredation, compensation for livestock loss and how wolf reintroduction will impact ungulate populations.
Colorado Parks & Wildlife Holding Education Session On Gray Wolf Re-IntroductionColorado Parks and Wildlife will hold a listening session on its efforts to re-introduce the gray wolf to the state.
Colorado Parks & Wildlife Reintroduction Of Wolves Advisory Group Application Deadline Set For March 31Colorado Parks and Wildlife is reminding everyone of an application deadline involving discussions about the reintroduction of grey wolves.
Colorado Parks & Wildlife Plans Public Listening Sessions As Part Of Wolf Reintroduction PlanColorado 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.
4-Year-Old Gray Wolf Collared After Being Tracked In ColoradoColorado Parks and Wildlife officers are watching a 4-year-old gray wolf via a GPS collar.
SPOTTED: Gray Wolf Pack Treks Across Northwest ColoradoColorado Parks and Wildlife officers say they spotted a gray wolf pack in Moffat County sometime last week.
'Colorado Outdoors' Podcast Highlights Colorado Parks And Wildlife, Vast Activities Our State Has To Offer‘Colorado Outdoors’ launched at the end of October and is meant to share just some of the work Colorado Parks and Wildlife is doing.
Reintroducing Gray Wolves: Colorado Parks And Wildlife Wants Input From Residents"We will need input from Coloradans across our state," state wildlife officials said.