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Growing interest in wild animals disrupts natural behaviour’

Growing interest in wild animals disrupts natural behaviour’

Photo: NU.nl/Jan van Dam

More and more people are interested in wildlife and visiting nature reserves. Although ‘ the visit to encourage, they are less and less happy with the disturbing behavior of the tourists.

Different foresters and nature lovers tell it to AD more and more people undisturbed nature reserves running, and without taking account of the wild animals.

“Sometimes it seems as though the rules are not more clear, for example, that you are before sunrise and after sunset, not in the woods may come,” said forester Lennard Jasper in conversation with the newspaper.

He sees on the North-Veluwe people that late in the evening with headlights on through the nature reserve to drive and people who are whistling through a silent area to walk.

In particular, burlende deer attract a lot of tourists to natural areas. Disrupting the peace of the animals, to a fine of 750 euros lead.

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