One a sensation for Wolf Fans: The Snow Mountain area was, at least in the last month, the first time one of the animals on the road. Sheep depredation in late September was attributed to the wolf. The Wolf Officer confirms this through a DNA test. According to the officer, the wolf is of the Italian wolf population. It could be either one of two wolves which should have been in the past two years in the Styrian region or change in the Fischbacher Alps. It is not clear yet whether this is a male or female. Analysis should be completed soon. It seems unlikely that there were several animals in the area but "very unlikely." Wolves would travel greater distances individually. How long the animal has been in the area or still remains in the area is unknown. Other tracks or damages were not discovered. The farmers loss is compensated through an insurance policy provided by the Lower Austrian Hunting Assoc.
source: "Wolf war in Niederosterreich unterwegs"
translated to English: "Wolf was in Lower Austria on the way"
Translation can be lost sometimes. I provide this news to the best of my ability and welcome any corrections or additions.
A snapshot of rarity, made from a photo trap near a wildlife food source is the first image of the Wolf.
It is a fabulous picture showing the beauty of this Wolf. Notice when walking, the wolf's hind legs swing in the same line as its front legs, giving the wolf's gait an effortless flowing appearance.