Project to update the Management Plan for the Wolf Population

 

The project on updating the Management Plan for the Wolf Population in Finland was launched in September 2018. The Management Plan for the Wolf Population in Finland was adopted on 5 November 2019.

This page contains news, press releases and materials related to the project to update the Management Plan.

Read more about the management plans for large carnivores and the plans currently in force.

Decision on the appointment of the working groups (in Finnish)

 

Current issues

 
5.11.2019

Press release: Management Plan for the Wolf Population aims to manage wolf-related conflicts and safeguard the vitality of the wolf population

 

28.6.2019

Press release: New draft Management Plan for the Wolf Population sent for comments

 
6.3.2019

News item: Engagement needed at the local level to implement the measures in Management Plan for the Wolf Population

 

26.2.2019

News item: GPS collaring provides extensive and useful information on wolves

 

15.2.2019

News item: Working group preparing the Management Plan for the Wolf Population discusses illegal hunting of wolves

 

4.2.2019

News item: Working group preparing the Management Plan for the Wolf Population discusess multispecies population management

 
18.1.2019

News item: Finland strengthens wolf-related cooperation with Sweden and Norway

 
14.12.2018

News item: Communication is key when updating the Management Plan for the Wolf Population

 

10.12.2018

News item: Decisions to grant derogations concerning wolves are always made on a case-by-case basis

 
14.11.2018

News item: "Wolves that pose a threat" should be defined more precisely

 

30.10.2018

News item: Wolf attacks on domestic animals can be prevented

 

11.10.2018

News item: Working group preparing the Management Plan for the Wolf Population discusses preventing damage to dogs