As Colorado embarks on an effort to reintroduce gray wolves, two competing packs are starting to form.
One wants to run, and the other wants to walk.
Gov. Jared Polis is leading the pack wanting to speed up the process, saying wolves “take care of themselves” and will be easier to release into the landscape than other animals Colorado has already brought back, including the Canada lynx and the black-footed ferret.
Polis says he has already lined up the first batch.