Fifteen wolves settled in Netherlands; 11 visited

From the NL Times in the Netherlands:

Fifteen wolves have found territory in the Netherlands, including four pairs that may have cubs later this year. At least another eleven roaming wolves have passed through the country in recent months. Between mid-February and the end of April, two wolves were hit by cars and died, and a third may have been killed by a person, according to a quarterly report by BIJ12, the agency that handles wolf damage for the provinces.

Between mid-February and May, wolves attacked 54 farm animals. Most of the farm animals were killed. BIJ12 received 897 reports of wolves or traces of a wolf. In 313 cases, the wolf sighting was confirmed based on DNA or camera images.

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