Wolves in Colorado ‘not the devil incarnate’ 

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Wolves in Colorado ‘not the devil incarnate’ 

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Montana State Sen. Mike Phillips has been a part of efforts across the country to restore populations of wolves. He was recently involved in their reintroduction to Yellowstone National Park, and is now launching the Rocky Mountain Wolf Project, with a goal of bringing the apex predators back to Colorado. Elizabeth Stewart-Severy sat down with Phillips earlier this month to discuss what wolf recovery in this state could look like.

Grey wolves can wander long distances, but they often don’t, according to Phillips, who also co-founded the Turner Endangered Species Fund.

“Waiting on natural recolonization (of wolves) to occur is a fool’s errand,” Phillips said.

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Montana state senator and wolf advocate Mike Phillips says Western Colorado is prime territory to reintroduce grey wolves.


Phillips is launching the Rocky Mountain Wolf Project in early 2017, with an eye on reintroducing wolves in western Colorado. Restoring the population of these predators would have invaluable benefits, he said.

“From a spiritual perspective, from a moral perspective, wolves in Colorado would be the last piece of a 40-plus year restoration puzzle that we have been assembling that would result in grey wolves being reestablished all up and down the Rocky Mountains from the high Arctic to the Mexican border,” Phillips said.

Source: Wolves in Colorado ‘not the devil incarnate’ | Aspen Public Radio


  1. Karen Yarbrough December 29, 2016 at 3:26 am - Reply

    I am delighted to see you succeeding with your efforts on behalf of wolves. They are so important in the balance of nature and so beautiful.

    • Twowolves December 29, 2016 at 6:54 am - Reply

      We have yet a long way to go, and lots of changes to bring about 😉

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