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Handley Regional Library Systems offers wildlife program

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The Handley Regional Library System will present a wildlife program at the Robinson Auditorium on July 23 at 2 p.m..

Families can learn about natural history and how humans can help and not hurt native wildlife.

Animals like box turtles, striped skunks, opossum along with animal artifacts will be explored.

There is also a backyard wildness exhibit on the second floor of the library for families to explore.

These events will focus on the impact of humans on wildlife and the ecosystem.

These programs are a part of youth summer reading program Tails and Tales.

More information on the library’s programs is available at handleyregional.org.

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