14 thoughts on “Possible Wolf Sighting In Northern Colorado Sparks Debate

  1. THAT WOLF HAS A TRACKER COLLAR…REQUEST GAME N FISH TO LOCATE….BUT…UNDERSTAND WE ARE IN THEIR HABITAT…THEY DONT UNDERSTAND TRESPASSING..THEY AS ALL ANIMALS, INCLUDING MANY F MY ANCESTORS, MIGRATED FOLLOWING THE FOOD. ALSO IF MORTALITY/DISEASE WAS ISSUE/S…THERES MIGRATION OR STAGNATION..

  2. Amazing not 1 not 1 news anchor talk about the call her as of wolves is naturally have collars.? 🤣😂🤣 Omg does not take much to be a news anchor now a days.lol. Track it, shoot him with a tranquilizer take it back to the wild, no need to kill it…….

  3. That's awesome. What a unique sighting. I'm tracking the Ethiopian wolf (yes, Ethiopian wolf). There's only approximately 400 remaining in the wild.

    Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-xQs0Hh1iUo

    Part 2: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQivOucw8Ro

    Part 3: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zMboGPG5LIw

    Part 4: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MAbebEABnoo

    Part 5: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oiQvqvO4O4E

  4. Wolves are epic and have there place…period. Can’t believe we got to the point. Where one wolf sighting in Colorado causes so much stir. Should be normal

  5. Does anyone else think it’s messed up to put thick heavy looking collars on animals even if it’s to gather information and maybe help them in future?

  6. Someone knows where this wolf was collared and someone can track this wolf.

    Why no story about that? Oh yeah, I forgot that these "news" companies are tools and liars.

  7. I understand the ranchers desire to keep his life mellow and simple, but there are large dog breeds like the Karakachan to protect animals from wolves, mountain lions and bears. Plus it has been proven that strangely coyotes started to migrate north and east when the wolf population was taken out by ranchers. The remaining few wolves started cross breeding with coyotes. Now in the north east of United States there is what is called the coy wolf. A breed that has 13% gray wolf, 13% eastern wolf and 3% dog. This has created a bigger coyote that has also no longer just a scavenger, they run in packs and hunt like wolves. The coyote can have multiple litters right in a year, unlike the wolf that breeds 1 a year, maybe twice. The coywolf is migrating back west. So, it makes more sense to learn how to coexist vs lazy complainers. I am for the reintroduction of wolves and yes i am i outdoorsy person. I camp, hike and such. I also respect the rules of nature and always try to prevent interaction with wildlife. On the note, once the wolf species is thriving it can be hunted. I do not feel wolves will ever thrive enough for that to happen in Colorado and nor do I feel hunters will have to worry about the drop of population of elk or deer. Place and love to all who want to coexist.

  8. Rancher: "Its tough out here… We have had a rough winter"

    Also rancher: "I don't want my simple way of life ruined"

    Me: Visible confusion??

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