Not Many People Know About This Wolf Sanctuary Right Here In Colorado
Once upon a time, wolves roamed the mountains of Colorado and were as common to see as elk, antelope, and bears. While these gray wolves were native to Colorado, they were eradicated in the 1940s, only to be re-introduced in the surrounding states some decades later. While seeing these wild dogs out and about is no longer the norm, at this Colorado wolf sanctuary, you can get an up-close look at these beautiful creatures:
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Tours of the Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center are available year-round and are offered at different times throughout the day. To learn more, visit the official website here and go here to follow them on Facebook!