Reptiles at Risk on the Road Project

Event
Reptiles at Risk on the Road Project
When
Thursday, July 21, 2016
10:00am - noon - All Ages
Where
Arboretum, Grey Sauble Conservation Headquarters (map)
Other Info
This project is a partnership between Scales Nature Park, Laurentian University, and the Canadian Herpetological Society. The project is funded through the Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry Species at Risk Stewardship Fund to provide educational programming.

The program runs in two parts, beginning with a 30-45 minute presentation about various native species. This is followed by a hands-on experience where the audience is given the opportunity to touch or hold live snakes and ask questions. Many of the species used in this program are species at risk in Ontario. Education is one way to ensure these animals will be present for future generations.

Grey Sauble Conservation Centre
237897 Inglis Falls Road Owen Sound
Free admission Free parking

PLEASE NOTE - AN RSVP IS REQUIRED.

RSVP to Kate McLaren
e-mail: mudtown@bmts.com
text or phone 519 538 1897

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