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Finlands Viltcentral Jan 12, 2015 13:23

Applications for the hunting of 48 wolves

A wolf in a Finnish landscape, behind a small tree, looking at the photographer.

Finland’s Wolf Management Plan proposes that the hunting of wolves can be commenced with population-based hunting licenses for population management purposes as of 2015. The Finnish Wildlife Agency received 18 applications by January 9th for the hunting of 48 wolves in 27 territories. Most of the applications were from Kainuu and North Karelia. Read article

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