The Wolf Intelligencer

"When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe." John Muir

Germany – Deutschland

Gray Wolf (Canis lupus)
Eurasion Wolf (Canis lupus lupus)
graue Wölfe

Population Statistics
Bevölkerungsstatistik (2019, 105 packs 3 – 11 wolves, + 25 pairs, 13 lone)

Legal Status; Protected

German Centre for Integrative Biodiversity Research (iDiv)
The Parliament of the Federal Republic of Germany
Deutscher Bundestag (Berlin, Deutschland)
Senkenberg Biodiversity (Frankfort, Germany, Deutschland)
Polish – German Wolf Working Group

NABU (Berlin, Germany, Deutschland)
Verein Deutsche Wolfsgemeinschaft
Wolfsregion Lausitz (Rietschen, Germany, Deutschland)
DBBW, die Dokumentations- und Beratungsstelle des Bundes zum Thema Wolf
German Wolf Association (Alemania)
International Wolf Center – Germany

News Resources & Publications
Nachrichten Ressourcen und Publikationen
Die Welt (Germany, Deutschland)
Die Freie Welt (Germany, Deutschland)
rbb/24 (Berlin, Germany, Deutschland)

Further Reading and Media
Germany’s Wild Wolves – As They Really Are (Documentary 2019) ZDF Enterprises

jüngsten deutschen Nachrichten

Wolf and Wildlife News from Germany – Deutschland

Journal Articles

First wolves in Luxembourg since 1893, originating from the Alpine and Central European populations. Schley L, Jacobs M, Collet S, Kristiansen A, Herr J. Mammalia. 2021 Jan

The positive experience of encountering wolves in the wild. Arbieu U, Albrecht J, Mehring M, Bunnefeld N, Reinhardt I, Mueller T. Conservation Science and Practice. 2020 Jan

Molecular survey of tick-borne pathogens reveals a high prevalence and low genetic variability of Hepatozoon canis in free-ranging grey wolves (Canis lupus) in Germany. Hodžić A, Georges I, Postl M, Duscher GG, Jeschke D, Szentiks CA, Ansorge H, Heddergott M. Ticks and Tick-borne Diseases. 2020 Jan

Understanding the acceptability of wolf management actions: roles of cognition and emotion. Straka TM, Miller KK, Jacobs MH. Human Dimensions of Wildlife. 2020 Jan

An adapted concept mapping technique to help conservation implementation–Exemplified for wolves returning to Lower Saxony in Germany. Büssing AG, Jannink N, Scholz G, Halbe J. Global Ecology and Conservation. 2019 Oct

Wolf Conservation and Removal of Wolves in Germany–Status quo and Prospects. Köck W. Journal for European Environmental & Planning Law. 2019 Sep

Military training areas facilitate the recolonization of wolves in Germany. Reinhardt, Ilka, Gesa Kluth, Carsten Nowak, Claudia A. Szentiks, Oliver Krone, Hermann Ansorge, and Thomas Mueller.  Conservation Letters (2019)

Attitudes towards returning wolves (Canis lupus) in Germany: Exposure, information sources and trust matter. Arbieu U, Mehring M, Bunnefeld N, Kaczensky P, Reinhardt I, Ansorge H, Böhning-Gaese K, Glikman JA, Kluth G, Nowak C, Müller T.  Biological Conservation. 2019 Jun

Helminth infections of wild European gray wolves (Canis lupus Linnaeus, 1758) in Lower Saxony, Germany, and comparison to captive wolves. Bindke JD, Springer A, Janecek-Erfurth E, Böer M, Strube C.  Parasitology research. 2019

Helminth infections of wild European gray wolves (Canis lupus Linnaeus, 1758) in Lower Saxony, Germany, and comparison to captive wolves. Bindke JD, Springer A, Janecek-Erfurth E, Böer M, Strube C. Parasitology research. 2019 Feb

Wild boars, wolves, and red kites; Schleyer C, Hagemann N, Rauchenecker K. . Routledge Handbook of the Study of the Commons. 2019 Jan

Emotions and pre-service teachers’ motivation to teach the context of returning wolves.Büssing AG, Schleper M, Menzel S.  Environmental Education Research. 2018 Jun

Recolonizing gray wolves increase parasite infection risk in their prey. Lesniak I, Heckmann I, Franz M, Greenwood AD, Heitlinger E, Hofer H, Krone O. Ecology and Evolution. 2018 Feb

Coexistence of wolves and humans in a densely populated region (Lower Saxony, Germany). Ronnenberg K, Habbe B, Gräber R, Strauß E, Siebert U. Basic and applied ecology. 2017 Dec

Helminth fauna in captive European grey wolves (Canis lupus lupus) in Germany
JD Bindke, A Springer, M Böer, C Strube – Frontiers in Veterinary Science, 2017

Standards for the monitoring of the Central European wolf population in Germany and Poland. Reinhardt I, Kluth G, Pierużek-Nowak S, Mysłajek RW. BfN Federal Agency for Nature Conservation; 2015.

Wildlife value orientations as predicting factors in support of reintroducing bison and of wolves migrating to Germany. Hermann N, Voß C, Menzel S. Journal for Nature Conservation. 2013 Jun

Wolf (Canis lupus) feeding habits during the first eight years of its occurrence in Germany. Wagner C, Holzapfel M, Kluth G, Reinhardt I, Ansorge H. Mammalian Biology-Zeitschrift für Säugetierkunde. 2012 May





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