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At one point, wolves roamed throughout Western Colorado, but their population has declined. In present day Colorado, no gray wolves can be found in the wild.


Historically, wolves existed commonly throughout the Rocky Mountains, connecting the high arctic to the Mexican border. Today, Colorado remains the missing link necessary to allow the wolf population to re-establish along the western slope.


Want to practice howling like the wolves? Follow this step by step guide to join the wolf pack. Remember, different howls mean different things to wolves!

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Learn more about why restoring the gray wolf is important for our entire ecosystem: it promotes biodiversity, strengthens deer and elk herds, improves our rivers and streams, and finally reconnects the wolf's historic range from the High arctic to Mexico.