Comfortable wolves

Are Haliburton County wolves still afraid of humans?

Ministry of Natural Resources (MNR) large carnivore biologist Maria de Almeida concedes an increase in reported incidents over the last few years.

“This could be the result of a heightened awareness – a reaction to seeing wolves in the media, especially in light of recent tragedies. It also might be because wolves seem to be getting more comfortable around people. Whatever the reason, once any wild animal loses respect for people that’s dangerous for the animal and potentially dangerous for a person.”

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