In Israel’s Ein Gedi, tourists’ trash lures wolves out of the shadows – and into trouble

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*Staff Note* – It is the position of WEI that wolves do not belong in human-settled landscapes. There is no such thing as “learning to coexist with wolves.” Forcing humans and wolves to share the same landscape is asking for death, disease and destruction. This, of course, makes no sense.

A string of attacks on visitors by wolves living within the park has caused alarm among park rangers and the public alike. According to wildlife officials, the wolves appear to be associating tourists with food. This dangerous situation has been evolving for some time, they say, and it could have been prevented.<<<Read More>>>