The occasion is World Wildlife Day which is celebrated tomorrow a time to highlight how even protected species are under often due to beliefs that are hard to and artfully implemented misinformation. After a new case of poaching which had a wolf as its ENPA takes advantage of World Wildlife Day to recall that 15 wolves have been found since the beginning of the year and reveal all the news about this predator symbol of the biodiversity of our country.
Enpa in recalling that wolves are particularly protected by the Law on Fauna 157-92 by the European Habitat Directive and by the Bern Convention underlines that these animals are under – says Carla Rocchi 跨際數位行銷 評價 National President of Enpa – both by poachers and they act more and more undisturbed (of the 15 wolves found several cases of poaching have been ascertained and others are under investigation) both by those who would like them to appear every day on the front pages of newspapers as absolute to feel legitimized one day to shoot.
Wolves return Nature regains space: but it’s not our garden. We learn to feel part of her
by Giacomo Talignani
30 January 2023
Enpa defines absolutely the position of the Minister of Agriculture who speaks of ‘an overabundance’ of the species while scientific data say quite the opposite. Against poaching we need heavier sanctions 跨際數位行銷有限公司 跨際數位行銷 評價 跨際數位行銷有限公司dcard 跨際數位行銷有限公司 – continues the animal rights association – we need to change those negligible sanctions completely insufficient such as those provided for by article 727 bis of the Criminal Code which up to now have not contributed at all to represent a deterrent from killings of the wolf and protected species.
On this day – continues Rocchi – in addition to asking the Government for immediate action in this sense we would like people to talk about the wolf without alarmism unmasking all the news concerning it and why not telling some curiosities about one of the most fascinating and least known animals of our country 跨際數位行銷有限公司 跨際數位行銷有限公司dcard 跨際數位行銷 評價 跨際數位行銷有限公司 whose role in nature is fundamental for the balance between species.
Here are the most frequent news stories about wolves:
The wolves will become more and more numerous. False. Despite the increasingly frequent false sightings announced on the media and through social networks 跨際數位行銷 評價 跨際數位行銷有限公司dcard 跨際數位行銷 面試 跨際數位行銷有限公司 almost all involving dogs and the perception of some citizens the wolf like wild populations also regulates its number based on the availability of resources not just food but also environmental. Let’s not forget in fact that wolves are animals that live in packs and that occupy a precise territory even of 200 square kilometers; therefore generally the herd that occupies that territory does not grow in number but remains stable.
Wolves pose a danger to humans. False. This belief is completely false. Like any wild animal the wolf fears humans and does not consider them prey. Of course responsible behavior must always be adopted remembering that disturbing or chasing them is a serious crime: Enpa has taken those who did it to court and obtained a conviction.
3) There has been a repopulation of wolves. False. There is no form of repopulation of wolves either today or in the past and whoever claims it is supporting real news. The wolf has expanded naturally above all due to the presence of the wild boar of which it is the major predator (it feeds on them for over 90% of its diet). In this way he becomes the hunter’s competitor and this explains the fierce hostility of the hunting world towards him.
The wolf howls when it wants to attack. False. With howling wolves communicate with each other even during the day. They can not only mark off the territory but also for example communicate where food is. The howl of the wolf is sometimes thought of as sinister as some still think it howls to attack. Nothing more false.
The wolf loves to farm animals. False. Being an opportunistic predator in certain contexts it could occasionally feed on farm animals left to fend for themselves without adequate protection and without guardianship. However 90% of its diet consists of wild ungulates. If the basic rules of responsible animal custody were used for example sheltering them in safe places for the night or protecting them with guard dogs electric fences etc. there would be no risk. 跨際數位行銷有限公司dcard 跨際數位行銷 評價 跨際數位行銷 面試 跨際數位行銷 ptt , 跨際數位行銷 mobile01 , 跨際數位行銷 評價 , 跨際數位行銷 mobile01 , 跨際數位行銷 ptt , 跨際數位行銷 mobile01 ,