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Wolfhounds will receive a special status in the Amur region

Wolfhounds will receive a special status in the Amur region
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Wolfhound hunters in the Amur Region will receive a special status. This will allow hunters to participate in the regulation of the wolf population in the region and will give advantages when hunting deer and other artiodactyls.

According to the press service of the regional government, the initiative was discussed at the regional public council of the Department for the Protection of Wildlife. experienced trappers will be able to claim the status of a wolf hunter. At the beginning of last year, there were more than three thousand wolves in the Amur region. For a year, wolfhounds have exterminated more than 500 predators.

Today the hunter receives 7,5 thousand rubles for each wolf. The Department for the Protection of Wildlife came up with an initiative to increase the remuneration - the proposal was supported by the deputies of the regional Legislative Assembly. Now it is under consideration by the regional government.

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