Animals The Finistère prefecture will bring breeders together in December to try to support them
This wolf was observed in Berrien, in the Monts d'Arrée in early May. A first in Brittany for more than a hundred years. — Breton mammalian group
Brittany had not seen its shadow for more than a century. But he is there. Victim of hunters and traps for decades, the wolf has now returned to Brittany. Well, at least one wolf. While the specialists had suspicions, the proof arrived in May with the video capture of a wolf in the Berrien sector, in the Monts d’Arr’e. An individual with a gray and brown coat is fine. in Finistère. And according to the testimonies of breeders in the area, the wolf was not just passing through for the holidays. At least one, or even two specimens, would have settled in the department.
According to Le Télégramme, a wolf plan would be in preparation in the services of the State. A meeting should be scheduled for December to bring together all the parties concerned. According to the daily, a dozen sheep attacks have been reported. recorded in October in the Monts d’Arrée sector. Breeders should be compensated. The purpose of this wolf plan is not to hunt the animal but “to learn how to hunt the animal. live with him,” a state official told the Telegram. The last reported wild wolf alive had been killed in 1913 Téméven in the Côtes-d’Armor.
— GMBreton (@MammBzh) May 5, 2022
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Recently, a resident of Ille-et-Vilaine reportedly also reported a having crossed the road of an animal resembling a wolf, as reported by Ouest-France. The photos are too blurry to confirm it but the doubts are legitimate.