The Ministry of the environment informs: the wolf of proof in the case of re-fracture – German hunting newspaper

3. May 2018 4






    The Senckenberg-Institute for wild animal genetics has confirmed on Monday a new wolf evidence in the case of re-rupture in the district of Neuwied.

    On 6. April 2018 was the message of a cracked Rothirschkalbs at the research Institute for forest ecology and forestry (FAWF) in Trippstadt. The FAWF care in Rhineland-Palatinate, the demographic large-carnivore monitoring, and receives information on living wolves, for example, wild animal tears, feces or tracks.

    The crack was sampled, and the specimen in the Senckenberg-Institute for wildlife genetics sent. It is now well established that this sick red deer calf has been torn by a Wolf. Young, weak or sick elk are part of the natural diet of wolves.

    In a first Study, it was found that the Wolf genetically, the on 17. March 2018 proven Wolfsfähe in people village. A genetic individualization has given the FAWF, in order to be able to determine what animal it is exactly. As soon as the results are available, a message is displayed.

    Rhineland-Palatinate is the topic of Wolf consistently on care and placed with the wolf management plan already in 2015, an important basis in dealing with the Wolf. In addition, the country has decided in March of this year a common approach to herd protection, and wolf management in Baden-Württemberg, Hesse and the Saarland. The cooperation includes technical and cross-country cooperation in catching and marking the birds of the wolves, dealing with, or the taking of eye-catching animals, as well as a regular exchange of information.

    The Background:

    In 2015, the adopted management plan for dealing with wolves in the state of Rhineland-Palatinate provides the opportunity for preventive and compensatory measures. So damage to livestock are assumed to be 100 percent by the state government, if the Wolf as the polluter can not be excluded. For all cases in dealing with wolves, the environment Ministry has set up a Central Hotline under the phone number 06306 911199.