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sent on May 15, 2012 (22:17) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)
Hi, sorry for my bad english.
I know this place very well and I'm very worried about the wolf! Every time That I returned to the Sannetti I found the situation worse than in previous time .... wich is your feeling? How many different wolfs? Hi, sorry for my bad english.
I know very well this place and I'm very worried about the wolf!! Every time that I returned to the Sannetti I found the situation worse than in previous time.... wich is your feeling ? How many different wolfs?
sent on May 15, 2012 (22:36) | This comment has been automatically translated (show/hide original)
Memy, the wolf on this photo is not from Sanetti Plateau but from Keyrensa Valley. Wolves are still common in Bale Mountains. I have been for 3 weeks there and have seen them almost every day when I was in the mountains. I don't know the dynamics of their population however. I'll go next year there again - to continue with photography of them. Maybe I will notice negative changes like you did. For now, it is for me difficult to judge about the situation. However, when I see how strong the economic (agricultural) exploitation is in this area (and actually everywhere in Ethiopia), I am skeptical that this species will survive. I even believe that it will get extinct within the next decade or so despite all international attention.