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Wolf Habituation

BC Parks is asking all park users to, "Report any human-wildlife interaction where public safety is at risk."  This includes any activities like leaving food for wolves and/or 'baiting' animals to increase photo opportunities.  Any activity that habituates wild predatory animals to human contact most often leads to their demise and I'm sure none of us want to be responsible for the death of bears or wolves; or for that matter an animal attack on another person, particularly a child.
 
BC Parks is also asking us to report all wolf sightngs.
 
To report call 250 954-4618 or 250 725-2149.  For more information checkout www.bcparks.ca 

4 Comments to Wolf Habituation:

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fdewrew on February-15-18 9:48 PM
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asignment help on February-15-18 9:58 PM
The activity habituates for animals to contact photo opportunities as well,keep making here with this clayoquotconnections blog. Great attack on another responsible wolf sightings for more checkout as well.
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Fake Rolex on March-28-18 5:46 AM
BC Parks is also asking us to report all wolf sightngs.
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Fritz Mcknight on April-21-18 1:32 AM
Regular job.
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