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Field Trips and Events

New Jersey Snakes

August 23, 2014
10 a.m. to noon

Elizabeth D. Kay Environmental Center
Chester, Morris County

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Where do snakes live? What do snakes eat? Why do snakes shed their skin? Find out the answers at this family and kid-friendly event. With a variety of live snakes on display, the “NJ Snake Man” will help us to understand the important role that snakes play in nature. Our snake expert will even allow careful touching of the snakes (non-venomous, of course).

To register for this free event, please contact Jennifer Rinaldi at jrinaldi@tnc.org or (908) 955-0356.
 

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