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Wolf visits Westborough Library

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Westborough – Michael LeBlanc of Wolf Talk Educational Programs brought Denahee, a 2-yearold wolf, to Westborough Public Library Dec. 7. Crowds of children and adults listened and asked questions about wolves. Raised among LeBlanc's family, Denahee is calm and accustomed to people. He is also licensed for educational purposes. At Wolf Talk's Gardner facility, LeBlanc and his family raise and study wolves. The facility also off ers on-site walks and talks, camping and other events. For more information, visit www. wolftalk.net.

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