Number of wolverines in Norway increases again

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The wolverine population In Norway has been stable in recent years. In 2020, an increase of one litter has been registered compared to the year before.

In the last three years, 58, 62, and 63 wolverine litters have been registered in Norway, respectively, according to Rovdata.

Rovdata is an independent supplier of monitoring data and population figures for the lynx, wolverine, brown bear, wolf, and golden eagle populations in Norway.

National count: 382 wolverines

The five existing predatory game regions are either at or above their population targets, which are 39 annual wolverine litters for the entire country.

The number of adult wolverines is calculated based on the number of litters.

This year, there will be around 382 wolverines in Norway, according to estimates.

That is 48 more than in 2019.

© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today

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