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Wolf public meeting schedule
Subject: Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s first educational session on wolf reintroduction efforts set for April 28, on line
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Travis Duncan Statewide Public Information Officer 720-595-8294 / firstname.lastname@example.org Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s first educational session on wolf reintroduction efforts set for April 28
DENVER – Members of the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission as well as the public are invited to attend CPW’s first online educational session related to wolf reintroduction efforts on Wed., April 28 from 6 - 8 pm
See CPW website for more info
Does anyone know if any of the anti wolf groups are suing/trying to bring a lawsuit in front of a friendly judge to put a hold on releasing wolves? It seems to work well anytime the pro wolf crowd want to stop plans to delist or have a hunting season. Why are we not using their tactics against them?
(Coloradoan,1/23/2020) "Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers spot wolf pack in Moffat County." 'Confirmed news reports. A local cattleman reported seeing something he'd never seen - a herd of ~400 elk in the Dinosaur Monument Zenobia Basin, in mid-August of last year. His cattle were pushing down early & an early winter didn't quite explain either. We know it, & the elk & cattle appear to know it. Argue for, argue against - 'Seems pretty pointless...