“The snow-making equipment is loud, the ski-doo is loud, so the fact that they didn’t seem to be deterred by that is a concern,” he told Postmedia.
“It could have been curious behaviour, it could have just been an instinctual response to follow something that was moving away, or it could have been more aggressive than that — we don’t know.”
The pack has been involved in several incidents this year that have worried parks officials.
In June two wolves from the pack, including the alpha female, were killed by wildlife officials after they boldly approached campers at the Tunnel Mountain and Two Jack Lake campgrounds.”
Considering that the death penalty is imposed for even approaching humans, they are bold indeed. There are times when I think that the death penalty should be imposed on certain classes of criminal for the same reason. But that would involve a decision that some anthropoids walking on two legs are not really human, and we will not go there today, if ever.
And on a more serious note, those who feed wolves are condemning innocent creatures to death. Do not do it.