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Understanding the Importance of Reintroduction of Wolves in Colorado
For the past hundreds of years, wolves have become an essential part of the landscape of Colorado. And yet, this is no longer the case for the past 70 years for Colorado wolves. That is why there is a growing effort to bring back the heritage of having wolves in Colorado. Not having them around this long has caused some undesirable effects on the natural balance of the landscape of Colorado. That is because they are key species in the environment. Through The Rocky Mountain Wolf Project, there are now more opportunities to bring wolves in Colorado back and restore the natural balance of Colorado for the present and future generations. For more details on the efforts to restore wolves in Colorado, make sure to read this article until the end.
The western portion of Colorado offers public lands that are both remote and expansive making it a perfect place for wolves to thrive. But then, bringing back wolves in Colorado can only be made possible with teamwork and group efforts. Efforts can be directed towards this goal with the biological and social viability of Colorado. Polls have consistently shown that 60 to 70 percent of Coloradans want the movement of bringing back these wolves to Colorado.
With the reintroduction of gray wolves in Yellowstone National Park, gray wolves have come to occupy the entire Northern Rockies. However, they are yet to be seen in the Southern Rockies of the western portion of Colorado. This is the last area that would have completed the Rocky Mountain wolf conservation. Ensuring that Colorado wolves would be restored is the only way for North American wolves to be reconnected from the area of Alaska to the area of Mexico. Wolf reintroduction would only be significant in terms of its conservation and biological value when this is completed.
A participant organization of The Rocky Mountain Wolf Project, Defenders of Wildlife ensure to increase the understanding of the public about reestablishing gray wolves and their ecology and behavior. Twenty organizations make up the project to ensure that wolves are restored in Colorado. If you want to learn about The Rocky Mountain Wolf Project, click here.
The first thing that would help people get a better grasp about wolf restoration is to show them the implications of having wolves living in the ecosystem. If you look at most bedtime stories, there you will see just how negatively wolves have been portrayed. It is time that these stories be changed. Retelling of a different and more positive story about wolves is a must for successful wolf reintroduction to take place. To help people better understand about wolves, a more accurate story must be told.
Wolves have an essential role to play in the wildlife of Colorado for the past couple of years. It is essential for future generations to experience what it is like to have wolves roaming around the Colorado landscape.