Lecture by Tom Wolf & Diana Tomback, Rocky Mountain Wolf Project
Historically, gray wolves contributed to the beauty and biological diversity of Colorado’s wild lands. But for nearly a century the voice of the gray wolf has been missing from the state despite a massive treasure of public land and abundant prey. A successful wolf restoration project would help restore an important part of Colorado’s natural balance and serve as the arch stone for reconnecting the species from the High Arctic to the Mexican border. There’s no other place in the world where a much-maligned and misunderstood species can be restored to its rightful place across a continental landscape.