First Dutch female wildcat gets GPS collar


This is a video about a wildcat in the south of Limburg province in the Netherlands, in May 2014.

Translated from the Dutch ARK conservationists:

Sunday, December 28th, 2014

In the Vijlenerbos forest near Vaals a fourth European wildcat has been provided with a collar transmitter. This is the first female that was caught. Slowly but surely, more is getting known about the numbers of wildcats in South Limburg.

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