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Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials told The Denver Post that because of industry anxieties that protected status could cramp skiing and snowmobiling, they won't restart stakeholder talks about wolverines until after the federal decision is made.
The soonest Colorado could move ahead with a project to reintroduce wolverines would be January 2015, assuming stakeholder support and approval by state wildlife commissioners and the legislature, Hampton said. Importing even one wolverine to join M56 would have been illegal without legislative action, he said.
than move too quickly and jeopardize the political side of this. We're taking our time."Font ResizeReturn to Top
Tagged wolverine MIA as feds and Colorado delay possible protection
"Our goal would be to look at getting a population if we can get stakeholder agreement," Hampton said. "We don't want it to be a fight when it goes to the legislature. We'd rather do things slowly rather Skechers Mens Trainers
Federal biologists estimate there are 250 to 650 wolverines in the Lower 48 states. Trapping and poisoning in the early 1900s nearly drove the species extinct.
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square miles of range. A male's home range usually is larger, covering one to three females' home ranges. Fish and Wildlife Service.
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announced they will delay a decision on endangered species protection for wolverines until scientific disagreements on climate change impacts are resolved.
on Dec. 28, 1973, and is credited with saving hundreds of species from extinction.
Colorado officials will wait for a federal decision because industry groups are anxious about restrictions they fear if wolverines were deemed threatened. Industry groups want assurances their activities can continue, Hampton said.
"M56 could have gone back north. M56 could have gone someplace else. Or M56 could still be roaming Colorado," parks and wildlife spokesman Randy Hampton said. "But we have not seen anything."
M56, the juvenile wolverine tagged near Jackson, Wyo., in April 2009 and believed to have walked to Colorado soon after, has not been heard from in more than a year.
M56's survival since 2009 near Rocky Mountain National Park with forays as far as mountains southeast of Leadville and forests west of Fort Collins had buoyed biologists' hopes that Colorado's high mountains offer an ideal refuge from effects of climate change. Wolverines need heavy late season snow to form dens and cache food, and scientists calculate that 63 percent of habitat suitable for wolverines will vanish by 2085.
Colorado wildlife officials recently flew over M56's known haunts trying to pick up a signal from a cigar sized radio transmitter implanted in M56's belly before the animal walked to Colorado from Wyoming.
In an e mailed statement, Colorado Ski Country USA, which represents 21 mountain resorts, said the group looks forward to a decision on the proposed wolverine listing and experimental population. Resorts will "continue our commitment to being a constructive part of the conversation on wolverines in Colorado," spokeswoman Melanie Mills wrote.
Wolverines could be a second species facing extinction due to melting snow and ice, after polar bears, that gain protection under the Endangered Species Act. The act was signed by President Richard Nixon
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