Slither and Hop: Reptile and Amphibian Week
June 16-20 at Lindsay Wildlife Museum
"Walnut Creek – Want a close encounter with a slithering snake? Or are you keen to learn all about lizards or why frogs hop? Then check out the fun events planned at Lindsay Wildlife Museum during Slither and Hop Week, June 16-20.
11:00am Snake Presentation: Meet one of our native snake species up close.
11:30am Amphibian Encounter (Wed – Fri)
Special Guest Iguanas (Sat and Sun): Learn more about reptiles and amphibians as pets.
Noon Desert Tortoise Presentation
12:15pm Lizard Encounter
1:30pm Snake Presentation
2:00pm Feeding Demonstration – What do reptiles and amphibians eat? Watch as lunch is offered to one of our animal ambassadors.
2:30pm Pond Turtle Presentation
3:00pm Amphibian Encounter
4:00pm Snake Presentation
4:30pm Lizard Encounter
Schedule subject to change
Other educational and fun events include petting circles, arts and crafts, a Slither and Hop themed activity page for the kids, and the opportunity to help us name our mountain kingsnake.
For more information, including hours of operation and admission info visit: http://www.wildlife-museum.org
Lindsay Wildlife Museum connects people with wildlife to inspire responsibility and respect for the world we share. The museum exhibits a collection of live, native California animals, a hands-on discovery room for children, a pet education section with domestic animals, changing exhibits, scores of educational programs, and a wildlife rehabilitation hospital that treats about 6,000 animals every year."
For other articles I've written about Lindsay Wildlife Museum, CLICK HERE.
Ava and I are big fans of the museum. Please remember Lindsay Wildlife Museum is also an animal hospital; they treat native injured animals at no cost to the public. If you ever find an injured mourning dove, a baby squirrel, or another native creature...they are THE place to bring it for care.