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Wolf Management discussed at meeting in Walden

Livestock producers met in Jackson County Monday to talk about wolves. It was hosted by the North Park Stockgrowers Association and Western Landowners Alliance. Colorado Parks and Wildlife was there with an update. Instead of a breeding pair of wolves with a litter of six, they have only seen the one gray male with five yearlings. That’s as of last week. None of the wolves are collared right now so they can’t track them. Or it might be that none of the collars are working, according to CPW District Wildlife Manager Josh Dilley. He says there are no plans right now to re-collar the wolves. If they did it, it would probably be in the winter because the wolves don’t do as well being collared in the summer. He said there is a lot of red tape to get through to get those collars.
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Northwest Colorado News for Tuesday, June 21

From the Rainbow Gathering, the Meet & Greet session that was planned for Wednesday night in Craig has been canceled. The cause is “unforeseen circumstances.” But there is a virtual meeting tonight, hosted by the U.S. Forest Service. Livestock producers met in Jackson County Monday to talk about...
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Wolves in North Park are subject at meeting Monday, June 20

Livestock producers are invited to a meeting in Jackson County hosted by the North Park Stockgrowers from 12:30 to 5 p.m. this Monday, June 20. Adam VanValkenburg is the president of the North Park group. “We are going to have leaders from the US Fish and Wildlife Service along with...
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Northwest Colorado News for Thursday, June 16

Livestock producers are invited to a meeting in Jackson County hosted by the North Park Stockgrowers this Monday. Adam VanValkenburg is the president of the North Park group. “We are going to have leaders from the US Fish and Wildlife Service along with the wildlife services conflict reduction specialists and we are going to be discussing further non-lethal options for hazing wolves. And we are also going to be discussing how compensation is going to be delivered.”
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For the first time this year, a small white patch appears on the U.S. Drought Monitor’s map of Colorado, signifying the only area in the state no longer experiencing abnormally dry conditions. That patch, east of Steamboat Springs, covers a portion of southwest Jackson County and a sliver of...
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The Gittleson Ranch loses another calf to wolves, they say

A calf has been violently killed on the Gittleson Ranch in Jackson County overnight Sunday, or sometime early Monday morning. They say it’s wolves, like the three other cows that they have lost because of a pack of wolves that have a den near their ranch. Dave Gittleson owned the calf.
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Northwest Colorado News for Tuesday, May 31

A calf was violently killed on the Gittleson Ranch in Jackson County overnight Sunday, possibly Monday morning. They say it’s wolves, like the three other cows that they have lost because of wolves that live in a den near their ranch. Dave Gittleson owned the calf. Gittleson says Colorado...

Travel Back in Time in This Rustic $1.4 Million Colorado Ranch

Whether you're hoping to own a home or just trying to kill some time, there's nothing more fun than looking at local real estate. During a recent search on Zillow, I came across a $1.4 million ranch on the market in Cowdrey, Colorado — a small town in Jackson County that, according to Uncover Colorado, lies just north of Walden.