200,000+ signatures submitted in favor of wolf reintroduction in Colorado

Restore the Howl! Backers of a proposal to reintroduce gray wolves to western Colorado turned in 211,000 signatures for a measure that would put the measure on the ballot. The Rocky Mountain Wolf Action Fund said in a Tuesday news conference that the measure has ‘widespread bipartisan support,” claiming two-thirds of the state supports wolf … Continue reading 200,000+ signatures submitted in favor of wolf reintroduction in Colorado

The Rocky Mountain Wolf Project—Re-establishing the Species in Colorado

https://vimeo.com/255961835 The Rocky Mountain Wolf Project aims to improve public understanding of gray wolf behavior, ecology, and options for re-establishing the species in Colorado. The benchmark of our success: Wolves again roaming the snow-capped peaks, rim rock canyons, and primeval forests of western Colorado. To learn more about the Rocky Mountain Wolf Project Click Here. … Continue reading The Rocky Mountain Wolf Project—Re-establishing the Species in Colorado

Letter to the Editor – Brodie Farquhar: Wolves, humans can coexist

Source: Steamboat Today  Dear Editor, My compliments to Jim Patterson for his “Crying Wolf” feature Sunday. It was well done and covered the basics of the issue. I appreciate this, because I’ve covered wolf recovery issues for Wyoming news media for much of the past decade. I want to bring up some additional facts and … Continue reading Letter to the Editor – Brodie Farquhar: Wolves, humans can coexist

Opinion Editorial: Wolves belong back home in Colorado

Source: Colorado Springs Independent by Andrew Gulliford March 09, 2016 In January, the Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission voted not to allow the reintroduction of wolves back into the state. That's too bad, because wolves are coming. They may already be here. You don't think so? Then why is there a wolf-sighting form on the … Continue reading Opinion Editorial: Wolves belong back home in Colorado

Letter to the editor: Wolves belong here despite governors’ resistance

Source: The Salt Lake Tribune January 19, 2016 Whose interests are the Four Corners governors looking after in signing a compact stating they don't want wolves in their states? Certainly not the interests of wildlife, watersheds or the majority of their human constituents. Most ranchers believe that wolves and humans can't live together, but wild wolves … Continue reading Letter to the editor: Wolves belong here despite governors’ resistance