There is a new member of the Wolf Group team, a female wolf named Suzy. As of May 27 2023, Suzy wears a GPS tracking device that helps scientists study wolves’ behaviour, habitat, abundance and trajectories.
A year ago, Wolf Group purchased a GPS transmitter to the Environment Agency of Estonia to support wildlife experts in telemetry tracking of wolves. Taimar Ala, Director of the Environment Agency, said at the time that this was a good example of cooperation between the public and private sectors. From Wolf Group, the initiator and leader of the project has been Anu Ind, Director of Human Resources.
The Environment Agency began its annual wolf hunt in the third week of May with the aim of installing the GPS tracking device given by Wolf Group to one of the wolves. Read what happened next.