Colorado’s first gray wolf pack since 1940s now has 6 pups
Gray wolves were hunted, trapped and poisoned into extermination in Colorado in the 1940s.
Discovery of gray wolf pups won’t change Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s reintroduction work
Wildlife officials say the confirmation of the first wolf family in Colorado since the 1940s will help biologists establish more gray wolves in the state.
It’s official: Colorado has its first gray wolf pups in 80 years
Two wildlife officials each spotted a litter of at least three wolf pups hanging out with their parents over the weekend
Colorado’s fight over wolf reintroduction has a new battleground: parasitic poop
Colorado Parks and Wildlife found a parasite that can lead to hydatid disease in the scat of a wolf pack in Moffat County. Opponents of reintroduction call it a “major public threat” while supporters call it “not news.”
DNA testing confirms first wolf pack in Colorado in 70 years
DNA testing of scat samples taken near an elk carcass in Moffat County in January confirmed the samples came from wolves