Published: Nov. 12, 2020

Bringing gray wolves back to Colorado has the potential to help bridge gaps between packs in the Great Lakes, the Northern Rockies, and the West. That would lead to more genetic exchange and healthier future generations of wolves, according to Diana Tomback, Professor of Integrative Biology, who has also served on the science advisory team of the Rocky Mountain Wolf Project. “It makes the future of the gray wolf in the lower 48 much more certain,” Tomback says. She has been giving outreach and educational webinars for the Colorado Sierra Club and the Arts Program at Steamboat Springs (with former CPW biologist Gary Skiba and rancher/range manager Matt Barnes) in addition to invited community talks on behalf of the Rocky Mountain Wolf Project.

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