Wolves born in Lower Saxony, Germany

This video is about wolves.

Translated from Dutch NOS TV:

Wild wolf cubs in Lower Saxony

Friday, July 27, 2012, 11:12

For the first time in 150 years in the German state of Lower Saxony wolf cubs have been born in the wild. The animals were born at a military training ground near Munster, northeast of Wolfsburg.

The she-wolf mother of those cubs had already spent some time in Lower Saxony, which borders on the northeastern Netherlands.

Wild wolves are not dangerous. They keep their distance from people.

Film about wild wolves in Germany: here.

USA: July 2012. Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) Commission have approved changes to the 2012-2013 wolf hunting regulations that will allow widespread wolf trapping, triple the number of wolves an individual can kill in a single season, and eliminate hunt quotas across nearly the entire state: here.

September 2012. US Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has announced that gray wolves in Wyoming will be taken off the endangered species list – a death sentence for a majority of the animals, which will now be managed under a state plan that delineates more than 80 percent of Wyoming as a “predator zone” where wolves can be shot on sight. In the remainder of the state, excluding Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks, wolves will be designated a “trophy game animal” and hunted in large numbers, with the goal of reducing the population from about 270 wolves to 100: here.

Have Gray Wolves Returned To California? Here.