Living With Wolves

The Living with Wolves exhibit opens at the Depot Art Center in Steamboat Springs, Colorado November 6th and runs through the month of November. The images in this exhibit, shot by National Geographic photographers, explore wolf behavior, habits and predation. This exhibit has circulated around the state of Colorado since 2018 and been shown in several venues including: Aspen Airport, Southern Ute Museum, Boulder Museum, Pueblo Library, Cheyenne Mountain Zoo and Western Colorado University.

This exhibit coincides with Proposition 114, a ballot initiative to reintroduce wolves to Colorado. How does this proposition affect Coloradans? How might wolves affect Colorado’s environment, ranching and hunting? Below are a few resources to explore.

Video: Conversation on Proposition 114 – the reintroduction of wolves to Colorado

Play Video – talk starts at 9:59

Considerations by Jay Fetcher, local Routt County Rancher:

Thoughts on Wolf Reintroduction.pdf

CSU – People & Predators Series: Wolves

People and Predators Link

Colorado Wolves Informational Packet.pdf

Restoring the Grey Wolf – Diana Tomback

Restoring the Grey Wolf.pdf

Wolves and Colorado Video

Ranching with Wolves: Experiences from the Northern Rockies – Matt Barnes

Ranching with Wolves.pdf

Resources for Kids

Rocky Mountain Wolf Quest

Introducing facts, myths, and perspectives
Insights for Colorado
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