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Post Posted: Jul 9, 2019 1:28 pm 
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Spotted a commotion in my backyard this morning. I thought it was a deer furiously chasing up the hill what I glimpsed as another deer. Ah... Spring. The doe ran back, squatted in a few places and sauntered off. About ten minutes later, a fawn emerged from under a small pine and also sauntered off up the hill to thicker cover. A few hours later, this fellow popped up:
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I've seen this big fellow before in profile. I voted wolf and was ridiculed about it till I heard about a wolf sanctuary nearby where the owner released the occupants rather than the state take them.

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Post Posted: Jul 9, 2019 9:58 pm 
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[He's really good!]

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Post Posted: Jul 10, 2019 5:13 pm 
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Hmmmmm..... :scratchchin:


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According to Colorado Parks and Wildlife, two wolf sighting investigations are currently underway in Colorado. One wolf was reportedly spotted in Jackson County, found in northern Colorado along the Wyoming state line, and the other wolf was reportedly spotted in Grand County, which is located directly to the south of Jackson County. The specific type of wolf that may have been spotted was referred to as a gray wolf.

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