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Snake Night at Santiago Park

The Santiago Creek Wildlife and Watershed Center, at the Santiago Park Nature Reserve, is hosting their annual “Snake Night” event on Friday, April 24, 2015, at 6:30 pm.

Join the Nature Reserve at Santiago Park to learn all about local snakes: how to identify them, where they live, and what to do if you encounter one.

Steve Bledsoe

Local herpetologist Steve Bledsoe, a member of the North American Field Herping Association will present a family friendly presentation with live snakes.

About Steve Bledsoe

Steve is a native Californian who grew up in the San Gabriel Valley and is now a resident of San Clemente, a small coastal community in south Orange County, California. Steve’s father and grandfather taught him a love of the outdoors and nature at a very early age, and like many young boys, he acquired a curiosity towards reptiles and amphibians that he never outgrew. Throughout his adult life, Steve has always been interested in biology and zoology, but he has made a living as a machinist, design engineer and business owner. He has been a sport fisherman for as long as he can remember, but his favorite avocation is field herping and introducing others, especially youngsters, to the fascinating world of herpetology. Contact:

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