Once locally extinct European Wolf is slowly regaining its reign over Central Europe, including Czech republic. Current situation: 1 breeding pack with 4 cubs confirmed by camera traps around town Doksy, in northern central Bohemia. 1 breeding pack with 2 cubs confirmed by camera traps around town Broumov, near Polish border. Wolf observations and tracks were identified within practically all mountain ranges on Czech borders with Germany, Poland and Slovakia this year. They are either lone young animals wandering, or packs livinging abroad but visiting occasionally our country. Local authorities had to pay record amount for domestic animals killed by wolves. Considering steady growth of observations of wandering animals in search of new teritory, Czech population is expected to increase significantly in near years. We will be wolf land again.