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Snakes at the Castro Valley Library! by librarianmama

Snakes weren’t the only reptile visiting the Castro Valley Library with the Coyote Hills Naturalist Program.  A lovely little box turtle named Shelby joined Fox the gopher snake to educate and entertain us.  The kids learned lots of facts about reptiles and shared their own knowledge with the Naturalists.  Special thanks to the wonderful Naturalists and docents with Coyote Hills Regional Park.  Be sure to check out the Naturalist’s calendar and visit them soon:  http://www.ebparks.org/activities/naturalists

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by librarianmama

COYOTE HILLS REGIONAL PARK VISITS

THE CASTRO VALLEY LIBRARY

Snakes of Coyote Hills Naturalist Program

February 10, 2011

2:30-3:15pm Pre-school session

3:30pm-4:15PM school age session

    

We are going to have a blast with Coyote Hills Naturalist Kristina Parkison!  We will get up-close and personal with reptiles.  Discover the unique qualities of these slithery, scaly friends, and why they’re beneficial for our environment.  Participants will get to meet and touch Fox, Coyote Hills’s resident gopher snake.

REGISTRATION REQUIRED. 

PROGRAM IS LIMITED TO 50 PARTICIPANTS per SESSION.  Register in person or at 510.667-7900




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