In Finland the wolf is classified as a strictly protected and highly endangered species. In spite of this, wolves continue to be hunted legally and illegally and the Finnish wolf population remains stagnant and showing serious signs of inbreeding.
Nowadays there are multiple tools and proven preventive methods available for wolves and humans to peacefully coexist. The most important measures in wolf conservation are the protection of domestic animals and the keeping of the existing wolf packs intact. Only a coherent pack can succesfully hunt its natural prey such as elk and in doing so fulfill its essential role in nature.
Wolves show us that together we are stronger.
Our work and activities are possible thanks to the invaluable support of our volunteers.
There is still much work to do for wolves and all predators to be accepted as part of nature.
If you would like to join our action group do not hesitate to get in touch. We are active nationally and also internationally!
Ph. +358 445166227