Canis Lupus

Wolves have been living in Estonian territory for about 10,000 years. Recently, the number of wolves is estimated based on the number of packs. On average, wolves have 20 to 30 packs of puppies in Estonia. The average weight of a wolf is about 35-45 kilograms, although significantly heavier wolves have been hunted as well. Their mating season lasts from January to February, and their cubs are usually born in April. Wolves reach sexual maturity at 2 to 3 years of age. In the pack, puppies are born only in alpha pairs. Lastly, a wolf pack is able to kill any mammal living in Estonia. Read more

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Wolf hunting

Period: November 1 – February 28

Approach: spot

Physical level: moderate

Method: rifle

Expected trophy size: from 35kg – 45kg

Days: 5 hunting days (6 nights)


1st Day: arrival to Tallinn Airport, transfer to the hunting lodge, dinner

2nd to 6th Day: wolf hunting (evening)

7th Day: breakfast & transfer to Tallinn Airport


It is allowed to hunt wolves from November 1st to February 28th. Wolves can be hunted via bait or by flagging. Flags are rectangular bits of cloth, ranging from 10×15 cm to 15×30 cm in size. Traditionally, flags are made of red cloth. In areas where wolves have not previously been hunted with flags, wolves are known to stay within the surrounded area for up to a week, not daring to cross the frightening red line. Sooner or later, hunger proves stronger than fear, or an unexpected accident (like the fall of a tree) will open a passage through the line. Wolves are intelligent animals, who learn fast. A wolf that dares to break through the flag line once will never be afraid of the flags again. Flagging is a winter hunt. It works best when there is snow on the ground. The number of available wolf licenses varies depending on the year. However, in recent years, the wolf population has been stable. In the last 3 years, around 70 to 100 wolves are hunted in Estonia annually.

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Services include

  • Meet and greet at Tallinn Airport
  • Ground transportation during the hunt
  • Accommodation in the hunting lodge with FB
  • Estonian hunting permit
  • All local hunting licenses
  • Professional hunting guide
  • Ground transportation during the hunt
  • First preparation of the trophies

Does not include

  • International flights
  • Gun rental and ammo
  • Packing of trophies
  • Shipping of trophies
  • Taxidermy
  • Insurance
  • Alcoholic beverages
  • Gratuities

Additional services

  • Sightseeing tours
  • Hotel accommodation
  • Extra hunting day
  • Observer

With respect to trophies

Gold Medal

120,00 + CIC

Silver Medal

110,00- 119,99 CIC

Bronze Medal

100,00- 109,99 CIC

Gold Medal

42,00 + CIC

Silver Medal

41,00- 41,99 CIC

Bronze Medal

40,00- 40,99 CIC

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