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A night camera captures a pack of 11 wolves in the Veluwe countryside

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Wildlife cameras in the northern Veluwe Heathland area have captured a pack of 11 or more wolves for the first time.

Filmed at night, the footage shows a herd that has made the area home for the past few years. Glenn Lelieveld of his Wolvenmeldpunt, who registers sightings, said, “We see males and females, as well as last year’s cubs and the previous year’s ‘teenagers’.”

“Mating season is approaching, so packs will scent the entire territory to keep other wolves at bay,” he said.

Earlier this year, the states of Drenthe, Overijssel and Friesland urged Nature Minister Christiane van der Val to “make more noise” about limiting the protected status of wolves in Europe, stating that the number of wolves paved the way for controlling the

There are currently four wolf packs in the Netherlands, and anti-wolf campaigners say they kill livestock and can even pose a threat to humans.

European regulations state that other possibilities to keep wolves from bothering themselves should be exhausted, and that Europe can accommodate packs of at least 1,000.

https://www.dutchnews.nl/news/2023/03/night-camera-captures-pack-of-11-wolves-in-the-veluwe-countryside/ A night camera captures a pack of 11 wolves in the Veluwe countryside

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