Colorado State University unveils educational resources on potential restoration of wolves in Colorado

As we wrote in February, wolves are in Colorado and more may be coming. Recognizing the need for reliable information on wolves, the Center for Collaborative Conservation teamed up with CSU Extension and the Center for Human-Carnivore Coexistence (CHCC) to create twelve information sheets on topics ranging from wolf biology to livestock and wolves to dialogue and social conflict about wolves. For more information and links to the information sheets, see Colorado State University unveils educational resources on potential restoration of wolves in Colorado.