First Lecture Scheduled for Saturday, June 20
“Venomous Snakes and Snake Etiquette”
A family learning seminar presented by Friends of Blue Hole
featuring Andy Gluesenkamp, Ph.D., State Herpetologist, Texas Parks and Wildlife
10:00AM – Saturday, June 20
The Community Pavilion, Blue Hole Regional Park
Love ‘em or fear ‘em, everyone is captivated by snakes. How many venomous species reside in the Texas Hill Country? Who is most likely to receive a snake bite? What the heck is snake etiquette? Learn more about Texas venomous and non-venomous snakes from an expert!
The Blanco River flood displaced many creatures seeking new homes. We may see snakes in unexpected places, making this timely conversation about native venomous snakes and their habits more important than ever. Please bring the whole family and your chairs.
Friends of Blue Hole is excited to present “Venomous Snakes and Snake Etiquette,” the first in its 2015 series of family learning seminars, featuring Andy Gluesenkamp, Ph.D., State Herpetologist, Texas Parks and Wildlife. The seminar happens on Saturday, June 20 at 10 am in the Community Pavilion at Blue Hole Regional Park.
Friends receives $1,000 grant from PEC
Friends of Blue Hole received a generous grant of $1,000 from the PEC to help with the creation and production of a park map. Thank you PEC!
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