By Luigi Boitani, Council of Europe
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Nevertheless, it is still necessary to be sure that animals have been killed by a canid and have not died from other causes to prevent cheating and fakes. c. The prices paid as compensation should be equal for damage done by different predators that can be present in the area, although distinguishing the predator which is responsible is very important (bear, lynx, wolverine, canids). d. The compensation system should be connected with the system of national and European subsidies. e. Payment of compensation should be tied to the level of preventive measures used by the sheep owner.
2 The Group of Experts identifies all current and potential connection areas. Through this process, wolf recovery and management will be linked to the overall planning for the restoration of European ecosystems. 3 Each area (or group of areas at regional, national or sub-national level) is provided with a detailed Management Plan (National or Regional) drafted by national authorities in co-ordination with neighbouring countries. 4 The national and local public is involved in the process of area identification and drafting of the preliminary Management Plans.
Review and correct the economic incentives policies to shepherds in areas with wolves. Establish a permanent monitoring programme for damages caused by wolves and other predators. Define the most suitable compensation scheme for each national/regional group of wolf areas. Implement more research on the impact wolves and hunters have on local prey. Assess the feasibility for an economic exploitation of the wolf. Identify opinion leaders and stakeholders in wolf management; set up local management boards and involve them in management planning and implementation.
Action Plan for the Conservation of Wolves in Europe by Luigi Boitani, Council of Europe