I was in the flat tops during elk season and did not see or hear wolves. Packs would explode in those big elk herds if they got in there. That big moose herd they built all around the winter park area would be gone quickly. I hope they haven't got in there. Everyone just has to take care of the situation if they show up down there.
They plan on stocking in southern colorado which would quickly expand into the trophy elk
units of Arizona, Utah and New Mexico.
I know there have been a few seen in Colorado and actually one ran over on I-70 two years ago. I hunted with a grizzly on my mountain four years ago in northern colorado and reported it but was very adamantly convinced there were no grizzlies in colorado. I know far more about grizzlies than the youngsters out of college in the office there. The grizzly was very obvious there, not just a track. He was hammering that mountain pretty good. I tried to get a black bear tag so I could shoot it but the quota had been reached there. No problem shooting the grizzly since he was very visible and they were convinced and assured me there were only black bears up there. So they could not have written me a ticket for shooting something that didn't exist.