By Luigi Boitani, Council of Europe
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At the same time an education program must be prepared for dog owners. The following point may help in managing the problem: a. It is not acceptable to allow everybody to kill these dogs because wolves will be also killed (for example if shepherds were allowed to do it). b. Trapping or killing feral dogs is not a simple task. c. Animal rights groups can oppose strongly any dog killing. In order to avoid a strong opposition, the question has to be well addressed, including a well-organised campaign, based on scientific and ethical principles concerning humane methods of capture or removal of these dogs.
Contribute to the regular gathering of all necessary data to monitor the management and biological conditions of the wolf in all European countries. Belgium None. 1 The Bern Convention adopts this Action Plan and the Country participate in establishing a Group of Experts on Wolf Management. 2 The Group of Experts produces a detailed European Wolf Management Plan and submits the Plan to be approved by the Bern Convention. 1 The Group of Experts identifies at large scale all areas of Europe where wolves or their potential wild prey are still present with viable populations.
Implementation: In order to have a good chance of success we then should try to identify individuals within the different target groups to deliver the messages. Here we should always keep in mind that content and vehicle need to be specific. f. Monitoring: Attitudes and beliefs of the target groups as well as the goals of the campaign have to be reassessed in a continual process. In other words, after running an educational campaign for some time we have to go back to step “b” and start the process over again.
Action Plan for the Conservation of Wolves in Europe by Luigi Boitani, Council of Europe