Should the topic of wolves become acute in Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen, district administrator Josef Niedermaier wants to follow the example of his colleague in Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
- There is still no accumulation of proven wolf cracks in Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen - but "every now and then sightings", according to District Administrator Josef Niedermaier.
He announces: If necessary, he would like to follow the example of his Garmisch-Partenkirchen colleague Anton Speer and apply to the government of Upper Bavaria to remove wolves.
He said that both recently at the meeting of the Almwirtschafts Verein Oberbayern in Arzbach and on Sunday at the Jachenau town hall meeting.
Wolf is an issue in the Jachenau town hall meeting
Farmer Anton Lippert spoke up there: "The wolf is coming, and it's coming soon," he said.
Jachenau in particular was "highly endangered." That's why he demanded: "The municipality must position itself clearly." Mayor Klaus Rauchenberger agreed;
"It's 5 to 12." District Administrator Niedermaier said it was right to justify the removal of the wolf with nature conservation.
"When the wolf is there, a lot of species protection is destroyed in one fell swoop."
District Administrator Niedermaier: It is important to be prepared
According to Niedermaier, there is currently no point in applying for a specific removal in Bad Tölz-Wolfratshausen.
But if a situation like that in Garmisch arises - there is concern about a pack formation because of a pregnant she-wolf - he will also submit the application.
It is important to be prepared.
The Tölz district council will soon deal with a resolution that supports the Garmisch motion.
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