WILDLIFE WATCHING -- Wildlife photographers have a code of ethics, which apparently was ignored in the case of someone trying to get a photo of wolves in Canada
Photographers suspected of baiting wolves in Alberta national park
A Banff National Park warden who discovered wolves from the Bow Valley Park dining on a turkey carcass and other leftovers said he questioned wildlife photographers taking photos of the wolves about the food cache, but they denied knowing where the food came from, although they did acknowledge that the food was attracting the wolves and they did not report it to park personnel.
-- Calgary Herald
A fed predator is often a dead predator, to expand the adage.
Another case in point: The first Yellowstone wolf that had to be killed for public safety likely lost its natural wariness of humans after getting food from visitors, most likely photographers.