Nature 101: Amphibians & Reptiles

Exploring Nature

Nature 101: Amphibians & Reptiles

Join us for the first of three lectures this summer covering animals.
This series of outdoor Natural History classes will introduce you to the plants and animals that live throughout the Houston area. The Summer Series examines the Vertebrate animals that inhabit these three ecosystems.
Have you ever been on a walk and heard a frog calling and wondered what it was or seen a snake and wasn’t sure if it was venomous our not? This class will teach you how to recognize our local amphibians and reptiles.

Date: Sunday, July 27, 2014 from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Note: Teachers can earn 2 hrs SBEC credit. Master Naturalists can earn Advanced Training by taking this course. At least one hour will be spent outdoors, so dress appropriately!<
Class size: 6 min. / 20 max.
Cost: $40M / $65 NM


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