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Rancher says CPW confirms wolves killed his sheep

Wolves in Colorado have struck again. This time, they’ve killed a sheep in North Park. Rancher Brian Anderson told the Coloradoan that state Parks and Wildlife confirmed three of his 100 lb. lambs were killed by a wolf early Friday morning about five miles south of Walden. Two of the state’s collared wolves were reported in that area at the time of the killings. The livestock deaths are the first by wolves in eight months. The deaths come as Colorado prepares to reintroduce wolves south of the Continental Divide next month. The state is getting up to 10 wolves from Oregon to comply with a voter mandate.

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