A Pack Of Grey Wolves Was Spotted In Colorado For The First Time In Decades

Wolves have been spotted for the second time in a year in northern Colorado, suggesting that a pack of gray wolves might now live in the state, Colorado Parks and Wildlife announced Wednesday just days after a ballot question about reintroducing gray wolves to Colorado was approved for the November ballot.

CPW received an eyewitness report of six wolves traveling together in far northwestern Colorado in October. And last week, an elk carcass was found nearly cleaned of all its meat near Irish Canyon in northwestern Colorado’s Moffat County – just a few miles from the eyewitness sighting, CPW said.

Source: Denver 7

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