Wolf Appears in Historic Tappan
For the first time in centuries, a wolf trotted down a pathway in the Tappan Memorial Park. Over two hundred people, mostly kids, came to see Atka, a white wolf from the Wolf Conservation Center in Westchester. Tall and rangy, the wolf exhibited a nervous restlessness that is not common with dogs that have been domesticated for the last ten thousand years. This event kicked off the Wolf Project in the Tappan Library's summmer reading program. For every hour that a child reads, a pound of food will be donated to the Wolf Conservation Center. How cool is that?
Posted on: Thursday the 28th of June 2012.
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Written by: Thano Schoppel