Ane Eriksen is a wildlife biologist/behavioural ecologist at the Inland Norway University of Applied Sciences, and she is part of the Scandinavian Wolf Research Project SKANDULV. Her current topics of research include wolf-human interactions, l and she is heading a project investigating wolves’ behavioural responses when experimentally approached by humans in the field. The project has several collaborators across Europe. She also works on an EU funded project studying interactions between solve, moose and wolverines in a trans-border management perspective. Ane has an interest in bioacoustics, with a PhD from the University of Oslo on song learning and mate choice in oscine songbirds.