This video shot on a lake in northern B.C. is making international headlines.
Some people think it’s funny, others find it disturbing, and many people thinks it’s just plain stupid and reflects on the intelligence of the guys who shot the video.
No matter how you view it, conservation officers are on the hunt for the perpetrators, who could face a fine of up to $100,000 for harassing wildlife .
The Ministry of Environment says conservation officers in B.C.’s North Peace region are investigating.
The video was uploaded to YouTube by the person who runs Wolftracker TV, who came across it on Facebook and then reported it to conservation officers.
If anyone has information about the people in the video, call the conservation service at 1-877-952-7277.