When the young female Gray Wolf, known as 314F (originally a misprint of 341F) was detected, by radio collar, in northern Colorado, hopes among the predator-friendly soared. The possibility that she would find a mate, and form a pack of her own sparked imaginations around the state. It was disappointing to hear that she was found dead near the town of Rifle, in April, 2009. Here is a link to that article by David Frey :
And the saga continues… High Country News has published an article on February 5, 2010, indicating that hope isn’t lost – there may be a pack of Gray Wolves in Colorado after all. Read the story, “Prodigal Dogs: Have Gray Wolves Found a Home in Colorado?” by Michelle Nijhuis at this link: http://www.hcn.org/issues/42.3/prodigal-dogs
More to come!