State biologists will likely park trucks somewhere on the Western Slope, open cages, and release gray wolves in a little more than a year. What we don’t yet know are the details. Exactly where that will occur, and how many wolves. We also don’t know how the state plans to manage the predators once they’re in the wild. CPR’s Sam Brasch has been following the debates over the state’s wolf reintroduction plan and has an update.