A very simple question but the answer might be most important in case of..Jo UK wrote:What a good seletion of questions you all asked!
We will leave this topic open over the weekend, hoping someone will think of more questions!
It will be closed late on Monday, translated into Estonian and passed to Tiit Hunt, then re-translated back to English and posted here.
Thanks, everyone, for your continued interest.
How to behave if you are alone and you should meet a wolf and how if there are more wolves??
When the wolf came in my direction until it was only 10-20 m away, I stood still and did nothing, and he simply changed his direction and went away. I think that it is not sensible to run somewhere, instead stay in place and keep eye contact with the wolf, and observe his behaviour. If something seems wrong, it may help to make loud noises with whatever means, for instance a whistle. A healthy wolf as a rule does not attack in the conditions here. It may be different in Siberia where the wolf packs are large and from time to time do attack people.