Parks ready to protect wolves | Local News | Rocky Mountain Outlook

Parks Canada plans to crack down on illegal campers and hire more staff this year in a bid to give wildlife a better chance of survival, particularly in light of wolf deaths in the Bow Valley last year.Illegal campers, who can attract animals such as bears and wolves with unsecured food and garbage, will be charged as part of a zero-tolerance policy, while the numbers for additional staff in the field are being finalized.

Source: Parks ready to protect wolves | Local News | Rocky Mountain Outlook

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