Seven wolves crossing the river registered a photo trap in the Kolbudy Forest District (Pomeranian Voivodeship). As the spokeswoman for the forest district office says, it is not the only such pack in the area.
Wolves crossing the river were registered by a camera trap installed in the forest. The recording was published in social media by the Kolbudy Forest District, State Forests. The animals went there on Sunday, November 7 after 7.30 am.
There are a total of seven wolves in the film. As Małgorzata Olszewska-Hagno, the spokeswoman for the Kolbudy Forest District, reported in an interview with the tvn24.pl portal, this is not a rare sight in these forests.
– In our entire area of 20,000 hectares, it is not the only such pack. They are with us permanently – she said.
Wolves in Poland
Since 1998, wolves are under strict species protection throughout Poland.
As you can read on the website polskiwilk.org.pl, according to official data provided by the Chief Inspectorate for Environmental Protection, in 2019 the number of wolves in Poland was around 2,000.
Main photo source: Łukasz Chołody / Kolbudy Forest Inspectorate