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Wolves displaced by fire find home in Keenesburg

DENVER (Denver Post) —Rescued wolves that hunkered down in their man-made concrete dens to survive the High Park Fire west of Fort Collins have traded their mountain surroundings for the high plains of Weld County.The hybrid wolves—14 in all—were transferred by truck from their homes at the W.O.L.F sanctuary near Bellvue and given temporary homes at The Wild Animal Sanctuary in Keenesburg.

That 720-acre Keenesburg facility has several compounds for bears, tigers, lions and other large mammals rescued from cramped zoos from all over the world.

The wolves will join them for an undetermined amount of time as fire crews try to stamp out the massive High Park blaze…

Read the entire article on denverpost.com: Wolves displaced by fire find home in Keenesburg – The Denver Post

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