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Natural History Series: Timber Rattlesnakes in Vermont

April 05, 2011
6:30 p.m.

Fair Haven Union High School
Fair Haven, VT | Show Directions

Directions

Fair Haven Union High School
33 Mechanic Street
Fair Haven, VT 05743
(802) 265-4966

Follow US Route 4 West to Exit 2. This exit will be marked VT-22A/FAIR HAVEN. At the bottom of the exit ramp turn left onto 22A, going toward Fair Haven. Turn left onto 4th Street (just past Maplefields/Mobil station). Take second left onto Mechanic Street which will dead-end in the FHUHS parking lot. The lecture is being held in the Band Room.

Is a future possible where people work and live peacefully alongside rattlesnakes?
Should rattlesnakes be valued as an important icon of our local heritage? Join Jim Andrews of the Vermont Reptile and Amphibian Atlas Project, Kiley Briggs and Dr. Chris Jenkins, of the Orianne Society, for a fascinating talk about rattlesnake biology, status in Vermont and a new research project focused on the long-term conservation of Vermont rattlesnakes. Have your rattlesnake questions ready!
Featured Speakers: Jim Andrews, Vermont Reptile and Amphibian Atlas Project; Kiley Briggs, Research Assistant, The Orianne Society; and Dr. Chris Jenkins, CEO, The Orianne Society
Registration/Fee: This program is free and open to the public.
For more information contact Alison Herrell, 802-265-8645 ext 27, or at aherrell@tnc.org

 

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