Colorado will halt releasing gray wolves until December of this year

Colorado ranchers can breathe a short sigh of relief when it comes to protecting their livestock.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife announced it will not release any more gray wolves until the end of this year in December. This comes as state lawmakers push the governor to address producer concerns over the recent release of ten wolves.

It was the first step in a reintroduction plan approved by voters in 2020.

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