berlin - Despite the danger of busy roads and hunters, things are going well with the wolf in Germany. The population continues to grow. It is certain that there are now sixty packs living, thirteen more than last year.
This is shown by data from the federal nature conservation service (BfN) the wolf research agency (DBBW) presented in Berlin.
BfN chairman Beate Jessel said that the natural researchers start from 150 to 160 adults, including thirteen pairs and three base-level solitary wolves. A year ago there were 140. Cubs are not counted because they do not yet play a role in reproduction and often die young.
The size of the packs, shown by, among other things, droppings, spores and photo traps, ranges from three to eleven animals.