Monday, September 27, 2021

District of Port Edward points residents towards Conservation Officer Service for wolf reports

Wolf sightings have increased in Port Edward 
over the course of the last few weeks

stock photo)

With a growing number of wolf sightings being reported in the District of Port Edward, District officials have once again reminded their residents of the process in place towards the concerns.

The District noted of a rise in calls just before the weekend and has advised those with a  report to make to forward it to the Conservation Officer Service, with its officers monitoring the local situation and prepared for follow as required.

The District included this link as part of their update for the community.

To contact the COS office, call the reporting line at 1-877-952-7277.

This past week has been a busy one for the provincial service, which noted on their Facebook page that they had over 200 human wildlife conflict calls  on Thursday alone last week.

So far, the Conservation Officer Service has not outlined what actions they may have in mind for the Port Edward situation.

Other items of note from the District of Port Edward can be explored here.

More notes on the work of Emergency Responders in the Northwest can be reviewed here.

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