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Solana Beach Library’s ‘Friends Night Out’ program spotlights the wolf in legend and real life

A 6-week-old endangered Mexican gray wolf pup. Photos courtesy California Wolf Center
A 6-week-old endangered Mexican gray wolf pup. Photos courtesy California Wolf Center

What is a wolf? Learn about their fascinating legends and behavior, along with the challenges they face with ranchers and farmers.

Frank Capolupo, outreach coordinator at the California Wolf Center in Julian, will present a dynamic discussion of “Wolf Ecology and Behavior” at the Solana Beach Library’s “Friends Night Out.”

The presentation starts at 6:30 p.m. July 8 at the library. It was rescheduled from June because of the recent wildfires.

Capolupo’s background includes volunteering in an outreach and education capacity for the past five years with the Ocean Institute in Dana Point. He has been a volunteer with the California Wolf Center since November 2013.

The Friends Night Out Program is presented at the Solana Beach Library, 157 Stevens Ave., Solana Beach. Call 858-755-1404. The program is free to the public and appropriate for all ages. Refreshments will be available.

For more on the California Wolf Center, visit www.californiawolfcenter.org.

Inuk is the alpha male of the California Wolf Center’s ambassador pack of gray wolves.


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