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Hooray for Herps!

Legacy, Inc., have partnered with the Environmental Education Association of Alabama (EEAA) and ALAPARC to provide six member workshops around the state of Alabama focused on Reptile and Amphibians. The Hooray for Herps workshops, which start at 9:00 am and end at 3:30 pm, include content information and current research from a herpetologist, hands-on experiences with live animals, and classroom activities relating to the animals, habitat and conservation. Lunch will be provided for all workshop participants, as well as a teaching kit worth over $100. After the workshop, attendees may choose to participate in an optional field trip to go looking for some of these incredible animals.

See below for information on workshops.

Saturday, June 26, 2010

Location: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Visitor's Center near Selma

Registration Deadline: June 19, 2010


Saturday, July 10, 2010

Location: Ruffner Mountain Nature Center in Birmingham

Registration Deadline: June 19, 2010



Saturday, September 11, 2010

Location: Wheeler National Wildlife Refuge Visitors Center in Decatur

Registration Deadline: June 19, 2010


Saturday, October 2, 2010

Location: Environmental Studies Center in Mobile

Registration Deadline: September 25, 2010

 

Space IS limited in the Hooray for Herps workshops. For more information contact Toni Bruner at the Legacy, Inc. office at 800-240-5115 or 334-270-5921 or by . Registration is available on the EEAA website (here).

Keep checking the EEAA website for dates, locations, and registration information for the remaining workshops.

 

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