Nick McWilliams reporting – Residents can get an up close and personal look at wolves at the Tuscarawas County Public Library.

The Ohio Canid Center will visit the Main Library location on April 13th at 4:30 p.m. as a part of the library’s Animal Encounters program.

Operated by Rachel Lauren Robertson, the center will bring an ambassador wolf to educate residents about the species, and the role it plays in the ecosystem.

Residents of all ages and families are invited to learn more about the life of wolves in packs, their daily diets, habits, and facts and myths about the ancestors to common family pets.

For safety, ambassador wolves are far removed from their lives in the wild, and are dependent on human handlers for survival.

The program is free, but registration is required, which can be done by dialing (330) 364-4474, or visiting

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