Wetland Reptiles Alive

Dive into learning about wetland habitats during this fun live animal show!spotted salamender

Reptiles & Amphibians

Reptiles and amphibians are cold-blooded vertebrates. They are sometimes called herps.

Because reptiles and amphibians are cold-blooded, they must to bask in the sun to keep warm. Reptiles spend most of their time on land, whereas amphibians live both on land and in the water.

Date: Saturday, September 13th 2014
Time: 10:00AM- 10:45AM

Payment Options

Pay at the Door:  $5.00/child
Pre-paid Cost:  $4.00/child  CLOSED

Payment must be received by noon Friday, September 12th. 

atoad400Hundreds of reptiles and amphibians live in the Chesapeake Bay region: from the frogs and salamanders that dwell along mountainous streams to the sea turtles that visit the Bay’s salty mouth.

Marshes, swamps, and the Chesapeake Bay watershed will be explained with fun stories and living wetland creatures. Featured animals may include a snapping turtle, bull frog, water monitor lizard and other denizens of damp places.

Afterwards, participants will have an opportunity to safely pet a live snake, ask questions, and touch natural artifacts such as a turtle shell and shed snake skin.

Don’t miss to watch Sunny the albino corn snake eat his lunch after the show, too.

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