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In the last 60 years, the size of forests in Italy has doubled.

With the abandonment of the countryside, especially in mountain regions, the forest resumes the spaces left free by agriculture, and large areas are back to being wild.

It’s a new age for the forest, where wild animals are returning, and among them, the wolf.

The project, still in progress, aims to tell about the places of this return and the people involved in the study, in the care and monitoring of this large predator, whose role in the ecosystem is of primary importance.

The work consists of photographs and graphics.

A special thanks to the Parco Nazionale dell’Appennino Tosco-Emiliano and the team of WAC Wolf Appenine Center for the maps of the places visited by the animals, made through GPS signals of the radio collars or with the method of snow-tracking.

2016 / Ongoing Project