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A Biologist's and Senator's Look at Wolf Recovery and Conservation

For all intents and purposes, wolves have been extinct in Colorado for nearly a century. If wolf restoration were accomplished, it would act as the arc stone for connecting the species from the High Arctic to the Mexican border. There is no other place in the world where one could complete restoration of such a critically-important, though much maligned, species across such a sweeping landscape. Led by Wildlife Biologist and Montana Senator Mike Phillips, this presentation is a start to a serious, thoughtful discussion about restoring the wolf.

Sen. Mike Phillips (District 31, Montana), Turner Endangered Species Fund

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