So far this season, tracks of three wolf packs have been found in Norway

Wolf tracksPhoto: Henrik Skolt / NTB
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The monitoring season for wolves is underway. So far, tracks of three wolf packs have been found on snow in Norway.

There has been little snow and only a couple of tracking days so far.

“It is still early, but so far this winter, wolf packs have been tracked in the territories Varåa, Ulvåa, and Kynna, while puppies have been seen in the Mangen area,” senior researcher Øystein Flagstad in Rovdata noted.

Messages and observations from the summer are also actively used to plan and correct the winter’s monitoring activity.

The monitoring season for wolves started on October 1 and lasts until March 31.

© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today

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1 Comment on "So far this season, tracks of three wolf packs have been found in Norway"

  1. Someone warn Peter. 😮 🙂

    Is this more or less than the number of packs in previous years?

    Would Norway like some pumas/cougars/mountain lions for added excitement? I’m sure they would love to be an invasive species here in beautiful Norway. 🙂

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