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Photo of the Day

Collin Szewczyk Post IndependentRoaring Fork High School students watch the wolf hybrid Abraham, one of a pack of wolves brought to the school for an assembly by the nonprofits Mission:Wolf of Westcliffe and Sol Tribe of Carbondale. Kent Weber of Mission:Wolf explained how the wolf rescue sanctuary works and how wolves are making a comeback in the lower 48 states. Mission:Wolf and Sol Tribe are seeking 16 students to enter an ambassador program, which involves spending two weekends at the wolf sanctuary in Westcliffe in October and April and then making a presentation in Carbondale next spring. The assembly ended with students and wolves howling together.

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