You totally changed modules without taking time to understand how the solution I provided works. File::Copy::Recursive isn't even involved in your new solution, so wrapping it is useless. And File::Find already provides a wanted function that you can hook into; you don't need wrap_subs at all.
A File::Find solution is just a matter of putting print statements in the wanted function that fire off IF the path meets your wanted criteria. I don't have time right now to help you rewrite it, but to that point, please don't rely on me individually to answer your questions; we have a community here. Also keep in mind most of us are here to teach people how to program, not to provide a crutch for avoiding learning to program.
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