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Are wolves becoming a new tourism attraction in the Mountain West?

Wolves howl in a forest.
John Flesher
AP Images
Wolves howl in a forest.

Months after wolves were reintroduced to the Colorado landscape, they’re expanding their range and generating buzz. Thousands are tracking them on social media and wildlife photographers are planning summer excursions to see them.

Could this mark the beginning of a new tourism attraction? KUNC’s Scott Franz reports for the Mountain West News Bureau.

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