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A Colorado Horror Story: Wolves vs. Cows

A Colorado rancher has been having trouble lately with what he believes to be wolves attacking and killing his cows late at night. Where in Colorado Are These Wolves Attacking Cows?. The Colorado rancher, Don Gittleson, owns a ranch just outside of Walden, Colorado, a small town located in Jackson...
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Frustration over wolves running high among Colorado ranchers

Wolves are again active on ranches in Northern Colorado frustrating ranchers there. After several weeks passed with no reported sightings or livestock depredations, female wolf 1084 and her pack have reportedly been marauding livestock herds near Walden. Rancher Don Gittleson, who lost three cows and a dog to the pack...
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A Colorado Horror Story: Wolves vs. Cows

A Colorado rancher has been having trouble lately with what he believes to be wolves attacking and killing his cows late at night. Where in Colorado Are These Wolves Attacking Cows?. The Colorado rancher, Don Gittleson, owns a ranch just outside of Walden, Colorado, a small town located in Jackson...
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Wolves attack cattle in Walden again, rancher says

Wolves likely strike again. Walden rancher Don Gittleson says he lost two calves in recent days – marking his fifth loss since December. Wolves are believed to have killed one of the calves even with a night watch keeping an eye on the herd. The second calf is believed to have died from lung damage suffered by being chased by wolves. The Coloradoan reports the state Department of Parks and Wildlife acknowledged the deaths of the calves but say there’s no evidence to confirm wolves are to blame. The pack contains eight grown wolves, including a female who’s believed to have given birth to her second litter recently. Read more at https://www.the Ft. Collins Coloradoan/.
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There’s Only One House for Sale in Walden and It’s Going for $75,000

Colorado is known for its crazy real estate market, but there's one place in the Centennial State where the buying and selling seem to ebb: Walden. It may not surprise you that there isn't a huge housing market in the so-called "Moose Viewing Capital of Colorado." Walden is a gorgeous town, but it's also small and cold — in February, temperatures in the area dipped to a bone-chilling -27 degrees.
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There’s Only One House for Sale in Walden and It’s Going for $75,000

Colorado is known for its crazy real estate market, but there's one place in the Centennial State where the buying and selling seem to ebb: Walden. It may not surprise you that there isn't a huge housing market in the so-called "Moose Viewing Capital of Colorado." Walden is a gorgeous town, but it's also small and cold — in February, temperatures in the area dipped to a bone-chilling -27 degrees.
WALDEN, CO
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WORTH initiative hosts summit for local tourism and hospitality efforts

The Centennial Valley Tourism summit allowed local businesses to gain tourism information from key stakeholders in Wyoming’s tourism industry. The event was co-hosted by the Wyoming Outdoor Recreation, Tourism and Hospitality (WORTH) Initiative, Visit Laramie, and the Albany County Tourism Board. WORTH Initiative director Dan McCoy said that the summit was made to help businesses, employees, and others involved in tourism in the Centennial Valley area of southeastern Wyoming.
CENTENNIAL, WY
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UW to Co-Host First-of-Its-Kind Centennial Valley Tourism Summit

The Wyoming Outdoor Recreation, Tourism and Hospitality (WORTH) Initiative at the University of Wyoming will co-host a Centennial Valley Tourism Summit Wednesday, April 27, with Visit Laramie and the Albany County Tourism Board. The primary purposes of the summit are to provide tourism-related businesses in the Centennial Valley with updates...
LARAMIE, WY

Wild Burros Are Being Used to Protect Livestock in Colorado

When it was announced that wolves were being reintroduced to the state, a valid concern for many Colorado ranchers was having to worry about these predatory animals attacking their livestock. It's fair for livestock owners to be upset, especially Don Gittleson, who experienced three depredation events at his Walden ranch...
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Colorado introduces burros as solution to wolf attacks

Colorado Parks and Wildlife is turning to a new ally in its efforts to help a Jackson County rancher protect his livestock from wolf depredation — wild burros. Recently, CPW wildlife officers delivered six wild burros (two gelded jacks and four jennies) to rancher Don Gittleson in Walden in an attempt to decrease wolf depredations on his property. After becoming acclimated to the climate and altitude, the burros will be introduced to Gittleson’s herd of cattle.
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