All the wolves evacuated from a sanctuary during the devastating High Park fire in Larimer County last month are back home, but their old digs face challenges.In all, 30 hybrid wolves were taken from Wolves Offered Life & Friendship Sanctuary, near Bellvue, when the fire broke out in early June.
Some were moved to the property near Loveland of a member of the WOLF board of directors. Fourteen were taken to the 720-acre Wild Animal Sanctuary in Keenesburg.
One group was returned to the WOLF facility July 3, and the remaining group was brought back July 5, said WOLF spokeswoman Michelle Proulx.
“They were pretty happy to get out of the heat,” said Proulx…
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