Colorado’s new wolves are alive and well, but state officials face transparency concerns about releases

Colorado’s new wolves are alive and well, but state officials face transparency concerns about releases

The 10 wolves set loose in Colorado in December 2023 as part of a historic state-led reintroduction are doing well, but the humans charged with orchestrating the multi-year effort addressed concerns this week about a lack of transparency about the releases. The state’s top wildlife official apologized to the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission for […]

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Wolf hunting could return to western Europe under EU plan

Wolf hunting could return to western Europe under EU plan

Wolves could be hunted again across western Europe after the European Commission proposed to reduce their protection, in what lawyers said was an ominous move against effective environmental laws. The commission has proposed that EU member states downgrade the wolf’s status under the Berne convention from “strictly protected” to “protected” after two decades in which […]

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Wyoming ranchers say they’re prepared to ‘shoot on sight’ if endangered gray wolves released into Colorado cross state lines

Wyoming ranchers say they’re prepared to ‘shoot on sight’ if endangered gray wolves released into Colorado cross state lines

Ranchers say they will ‘shoot on sight’ if endangered wolves from Colorado cross state lines into Wyoming. Last week Colorado Parks and Wildlife released five gray wolves onto public land in Grand County as a part of the state’s voter-mandated reintroduction plan. The predators consisted of two juvenile females, two males and one adult male […]

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Lauren Boebert Issues Wolf Warning to Colorado Hunters

Lauren Boebert Issues Wolf Warning to Colorado Hunters

Lauren Boebert has issued a stark warning following the reintroduction of gray wolves into Colorado’s Rocky Mountains earlier this week, with her office claiming they could “threaten livestock, herd dogs, and even hunters and hikers in the region” and saying the decision was made to “please radical environmental groups.” The reintroduction of wolves to Colorado […]

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Incredible moment first endangered gray wolves are released in Colorado as part of reintroduction plan – despite fierce opposition from ranchers amid concerns of attacks on livestock

Incredible moment first endangered gray wolves are released in Colorado as part of reintroduction plan – despite fierce opposition from ranchers amid concerns of attacks on livestock

Colorado Parks and Wildlife have released five endangered gray wolves onto public land in Grand County as a part of the state’s voter-mandated reintroduction plan. The predators, including two juvenile females, two males and one adult male, were released yesterday. They had been captured in Oregon and came from Oregon’s Five Points Pack, Noregaard Pack […]

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