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From The Brussels Times:

From 2018 until now, 11 different wolves have been identified in Flanders, according to the coding of the International Wolf Consortium.

Apart from the by now famous Belgian wolves August and Noëlla, several other wolves are present in the region, according to the Institute for Nature and Forest Research (INBO).

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From The Times in the UK:

The first wild wolf cubs born in Belgium since the 19th century are being guarded at a secret location to prevent hunters from killing them.

The four cubs were born on Tuesday to August and Noella, two wolves who crossed into Flanders from the Netherlands and formed a pack.

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From BBC.co.UK:

Wildlife experts in Belgium are getting excited to welcome the country’s first set of wild wolf cubs in more than 100 years.

Adult wolves were spotted in 2018 in the European country for the first time in over one hundred years, and experts have been keeping a close eye on them and hoping for babies.

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From The Brussels Times:

Wolves will be given the highest degree of protection in Flanders, which means that killing one deliberately can be punished by fines up to €500,000.

The preliminary draft decree, based on the proposal by Flemish Minister for Environment Zuhal Demir, was approved in principle by the Flemish government, reports De Morgen.

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From The Guardian:

Belgium is becoming “the wolf crossroads of Europe”, a conservation charity has said as it reported new sightings from France and Germany, while Flemish authorities separately announced the imminent arrival of wolf puppies.

Flanders’ environment minister, Zuhal Demir, announced that a pair of wolves in the north of the country were expecting cubs, four months after arrival in the area of a female wolf, Noëlla, who was billed as “a potential new love” for a previously lone wolf, August.

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From The Brussels Times:

More and more wolves have been spotted in Belgium in recent months, both in the northern and southern parts of the country, according to environmental organisations.

In fact, a pack may even be in the making in Wallonia if ‘Akela’ and a new female wolf spotted in his territory manage to have cubs, the Flemish association Landschap, the group behind the Welkom Wolf initiative, said on Sunday.

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From KXAN36news.com:

The wolves, Noëlla, and August is already around for a while in the province of Limburg, but it could also be a new, wild wolves have been seen in the province of Antwerp, Belgium. The desk Welkomwolf.be on Monday, several sightings of the wolves, has been investigating the wolf and the tracks of the animals that receive it, based in Rijkevorsel, Mol and Lille.

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From The Telegraph in the UK:

Belgian authorities have revoked hunting licences in a bid to save a kangaroo-killing widower wolf, amid hopes Belgium could see its first cubs in more than 100 years.

August is the second wolf to have crossed into Belgian territory after his mate Naya, a she-wolf, became the first wild wolf in the country for over a century in January 2018.

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From The Brussels Times:

A hunting ban has been implemented in a military zone in Limburg in order to protect a pair of wolves who nature organisations say chose the area to settle and nest in.

Officials managing the military domain located in the north of Limburg have withdrawn a hunting authorisation in order to protect wolves August and Noëlla, recently seen in the area, a nature association said.

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From theguardian.com/

A lone wolf in Belgium has a love interest, after a potential female mate was spotted in his habitat in the east of the country, authorities have said.

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