On Utah’s National Public Radio affiliate, KCPW, on Tuesday, October 21, host Roger Mc Donough interviewed Kirk Robinson, Executive Director of Western Wildlife Conservancy on the topic of wolves – and specifically on the question of what is the future of wolves in Utah.
A few weeks ago, a wolf was spotted in Utah, in the Uinta Mountains.
Asked if he found this surprising, Kirk Robinson replied that no, he did not; there would likely be one to a few wolves in Utah from time to time.
He went on to make a number of other very intriguing points about wolves:
In about one tenth of the state of Utah, wolves are no longer federally protected, this is the part of the state north of I-80 and I-84 – through a rather complicated maneuver, they are now delisted in this area. However, in all the rest of Utah they are…
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