today began hunting on the so-called Slettås-pack in Trysil in Hedmark.
Hunting is perhaps the most controversial in Norway, because the wolves are located within the so-called ulvesonen.
the Climate and miljødepartementet decided in December to trap Slettås-the flock, but protect the herds Hobøl and Many. In total, the ministry said yes to trap 29 wolf, three of them within ulvesonen. The decision has been met with criticism from several directions.130 hunters - This is the noise of the
NOAH thinks the government's decision is contrary to the constitution. Friday delivered a lawyer and jussprofessor Mads Andenæs, University of Oslo a temporary injunction on behalf of the organization.
the Oslo office of the city recorder decided on Monday that they will treat the temporary forføyningen, but it doesn't happen before Thursday 3. January.
Thus could not stop the ulvejegerne, who moved out in the woods just after at 09.00 the first new year's day. 170 hunters had joined the hunt, and about 130 to participate.Two wolves in the field
Just before 11.00 am this morning was the first wolf, a bitch, shot by one of the hunters. Only minutes afterwards, the wolf number two fields in the same area, informs the spokesman for the hunters, Ole Martin Norderhaug to the Newspaper.FIELD: Here are the two wolves which were shot in the day. Photo: Ole Martin Norderhaug Show more
- It is now field two wolf. Hunting has started. It is given permission to trap three wolves, but we have not seen the track after more than two. It's come a little new snow, so sporingsforholdene is good, " says the former san francisco-the mayor to the Newspaper.
Hunting was closed already just after 11.00 am, when both of the wolves had been shot. Hunters have long suspected that it maybe was only two wolves in the area.
"We will consider whether we take up hunting again, and whether it can be an animal," says Norderhaug to the Newspaper.
He speaks of hunting as effective, and that the animals were taken out quickly.BORTVIST: Ulveaktivistene from Sweden should have been bortvist from Trysil municipality, in the morning. Screenshot: Hunt Saboteurs Sweden Show more
the Winter monitoring has been demonstrated between 67 and 74 wolves in Norway, including grenserevir. It is expected, however, that more foxes are recorded throughout the winter.Swedish activists
Hunt went, however, not without resistance. In the course of new year's eve came several campaigners to Trysil. Among other things, came the activists from the group "Hunt Saboteurs Sweden".
"We are in Norway to try to stop the hunting of wolves in Trysil", type aktivistgruppa on Facebook.
the Group should have been running around in Slettås area in the morning 1. January. The police, however, were also on site.Wolf field in Oslomarka. The first time in 100 years
- Police are on the site. I've got a message that there was hostile action at the site. We are taking the continuous assessment. This is an action that is not notified, and be given to you being expelled and any reviews, " says operasjonsleder Therese Bilterud in Inland police district to the Newspaper.
Shortly after the report jaktlagets spokesman Ole Martin Norderhaug that the activists were bortvist from the Trysil municipality.
- There was some noise, lots of noise and vandalism. We had expected to campaigners, but it was surprising that they came from Sweden, " said Norderhaug.Reidar dreamed about to meet the wolf. So he hit the "Vargmannen" Dagbladet Plus