Colorado voters decide to reintroduce gray wolves in the state

Colorado reintroduces gray wolf
In a national first, Colorado voters approved Proposition 114, ordering the state wildlife agency to reintroduce the gray wolf within their borders.

Coloradans have voted to pass Proposition #114 – The Restoration of Gray Wolves.

The passage of Proposition 114 marks the first time in U.S. history that voters ― not land managers ― have directed the reintroduction of a species.

CPW is now responsible to lay out and implement a program by the end of 2023.

The first wolves are set for release in the mountainous western half of the state in 2023.

The Parks and Wildlife Commission will also be responsible to fairly compensate ranchers for any livestock lost to predation.

Colorado’s last native gray wolf was killed sometime between 1943 and 1945 in a remote southern corner of the rugged San Juan Mountains.

Are you for the reintroduction of the gray wolf? Read more on Huffpost, Strange Sounds and Steve Quayle.

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  1. I live in colorado,Hiking and camping just stopped,tourisim ended,and the stores and hiking supplies will no longer be needed,camp grounds will close,signs will appear ,warning everyone NOT TO LEAVE THEIR CAR when stopped on the side of the road,WOLVES will kill every hiker they see,there is NO FOOD supply in the mountains for them to eat,IT’LL BE THE HIKERS OR NOTHING,the people here are all from california,and have shit for brains,IF STUPID WERE AIRPLANES,every drive way in colorado would be an international airport….

  2. Idiots.

    Your ranchers will be pissed off. Introducing apex predators always turns out badly. Usually for the livestock and apex predators.

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