Volunteers can help count the predators in Malá Fatra

Student from Mexico also helped in the past.

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The administration of Malá Fatra national park is organising the counting of predators with the help of the public on January 11.

The aim of the monitoring will be to discover the current number of populations of lynx, wolves and wild cats. Laymen and hunters can participate in counting for the fifth time.

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Mexico as well

The participation of volunteers was launched by the administration of the national park because of the lack of necessary people.

“There were too few people to search the entire area of Malá Fatra in one day,” said Tomáš Flajs of the national park, as quoted by the SITA newswire.

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