What’s a day like at the biggest wolf hunt in Swedish history?

From The Local in Sweden:

It starts one minute after midnight on January 2nd, deep in the beautiful snow-covered countryside. A small party of hunters start tracking the wolves. Two wolves are found in the woods between Gävleborg and Dalarna län, which share a revir (wolf territory). This particular wolf territory is called “Tinäs”.

At 6am, the hunters have a morning meeting and then 150 hunters disperse to the different “quadrants” to go to their “pass”. A pass is the point a hunter will stand or sit, waiting for the wolves to come their way.

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