Colorado (Mexican Gray Wolf)

Arizona / New Mexico / Texas / Colorado / Mexico

Mexican Gray Wolf (Canis lupus baileyi)

Population Statistics [Not yet. Hopeful]

Legal Status; Protected under ESA.

Resources
US Fish and Wildlife Service (Mexican Gray Wolf Recovery Program)
Colorado Parks and Wildlife
Colorado Wolf Management Working Group

Organizations
Howl Colorado  (Colorado)
Mission :Wolf  (Westcliffe, Colorado)
Rocky Mountain Wolf Project (Denver, Colorado)
Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center (Divide, Colorado)
International Wolf Center – Colorado

Colorado News Resources & Publications
Colorado Public Radio (Centennial, Colorado)
Summit Daily (Summit County, Colorado)
CBS Denver (Denver,  Colorado)
The Denver Post (Denver, Colorado)
High Country News (Paonia, Colorado)
The Gazette (Colorado Springs, Colorado)
Steamboat Today (Steamboat, Colorado)

LATEST COLORADO NEWS

Journal Articles and Other Publications

A Vision for Wolves in the Southern Rocky Mountains. Edward R. Wild Earth Guardians www. wildearthguardians. org/downloads/download_wolf-vision_low. pdf. 2009 May

Comeback Wolves: Western Writers Welcome the Wolf Home. Big Earth Publishing. Wockner, G., McNamee, G. and Campbell, S. eds., 2005

Livestock depredation by wolves. Francis, M., 2004

Coloradans’ attitudes toward reintroducing the gray wolf into Colorado. Pate J, Manfredo MJ, Bright AD, Tischbein G. Wildlife Society Bulletin. 1996 Oct

Colorado Gray Wolf Recovery: Biological Feasibility Study. The Service. Bennett, L.E., 1994.

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