In Germany Wolves Spreading into More Densely Human Population Areas

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“Wolves were not deliberately reintroduced into the wild in Germany, but returned naturally. They were first spotted in 1998, after they wandered across the border from neighbouring Poland, and have since established a population of some 150 in eastern Germany.”

“Though their presence has angered farmers whose livestock they have killed, there has been relatively little conflict between wolves and humans in eastern Germany so far, where the areas they roam are sparsely inhabited by people.” (emphasis added)<<<Read More>>>

(Note: There are tentative plans for a representative of Wolf Education International, Dr. Valerius Geist, to attend a wolf symposium in Germany in March.)