to detect changes of status and threats in all wolf populations.
Every year we monitor some 20 wolf packs in core areas and a as many as 40 other in peripheral areas in the Bale Mountains. As a result, the dynamics of this Ethiopian wolf population is arguably the best known among endangered carnivore species.
This intimate knowledge of wolf families underpins all our work, such as the targeted vaccinations to minimize pack extinctions during rabies outbreaks.
Visuallize our monitoring work using the new wolf mapper
Follow the fate of Ethiopian wolves in Bale, from a long-term perpective: the wolves' timeline
Going digital - EWCP’s fight against rabies, from the highlands of Ethiopia to your browser. The emergency response to contain rabies in the Bale Mountains put our newly-devised digital monitoring system, funded by the J.R.S. Biodiversity Foundation, to its greatest test so far. more