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Volume 8, Issue 8  |  January 27, 2023


Learn about wolves and coyotes at ENC

Join Skie Bender, Education Outreach Specialist from Wolf Haven International, for a close look at the differences and similarities between wolves, coyotes and other wild canids at the Environmental Nature Center (ENC) on Thursday, Jan. 26 from 7-8 p.m.

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Courtesy of ENC

Learn about wolves, coyotes and other wild canids with a Wolf Haven International education outreach specialist

Learn about wolf and coyote biology, behavior, social structure, historical and current ranges, and ecosystem roles. As wild wolves are now naturally recolonizing back into California, the program focuses on hiking and backpacking in wolf country. You’ll also look at how domesticated dogs compare and contrast with these wild canids.

Wolf Haven International, whose mission is “to conserve and protect wolves and their habitat,” is a wolf sanctuary that has rescued and provided a lifetime home for 300 displaced, captive-born animals since 1982. 

Cost: ENC Members are free; Non-member, $5. An optional donation to share between the ENC and Wolf Haven is $5.

To register for this presentation, go here.

The Environmental Nature Center is located at 1601 E. 16th St., Newport Beach. For more information, visit www.encenter.org.

 

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