Wolves belong in Colorado. That’s why the Endangered Species Coalition, in collaboration with the Rocky Mountain Wolf Project and other organizations, is working hard to educate the public on the need to reintroduce wolves to western Colorado and restore the balance that has been lost.
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We will be posting three blogs in the coming days representing different perspectives of Endangered Species Coalition staff that work on wolf recovery and protections. A couple weeks ago, I was in Phoenix talking to a friend. She said, “Women and wolves…” And paused for a moment, gathering her thoughts. “We’re like this,” as she raised her hand with her index and middle fingers crossed. What she was describing didn’t have any other words attached, but I immediately understood… Continue reading
Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) is proposing two different studies, one in the Piceance Basin and the other near the Arkansas River, to kill large numbers of mountain lions and black bears in an effort to increase mule deer populations in the state. For those of us who understand the importance of conserving biodiversity and the interconnectedness of all ecosystems, these attempts are alarming. Mule deer decline across the West is a legitimate concern; however, addressing the problem through unsustainable… Continue reading