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SNAKE NIGHT @ CITY OF SANTA ANA: SANTIAGO CREEK WILDLIFE AND WATERSHED CENTER, SANTIAGO PARK NATURE RESERVE

The Santiago Creek Wildlife and Watershed Center, at the Santiago Park Nature Reserve, is hosting a “Snake Night” on Friday, March 28, 2014, at 6 pm.



Have questions about local snakes? Watch a FREE educational presentation by Kevin Erbas-White, an Educational Specialist from the North American Field Herping Association (N.A.F.H.A.), “Using Satellites to Distinguish Rattlesnake Habitat Preferences.”

N.A.F.H.A. is dedicated to uniting amateur, private and professional herpetologists from Canada, the United States and Mexico towards the common goal of understanding, conserving and managing native North American reptiles and amphibians.

The Santiago Creek Wildlife & Watershed Center is located at 600 E Memory Ln., in Santa Ana.  Overflow parking is available on Lawson and Memory Ln.

Call the Santiago Park Nature Reserve at (714) 647-6902 =.  Like them on Facebook here.

By Editor

The New Santa Ana blog has been covering news, events and politics in Santa Ana since 2009.

2 thoughts on “Snake Night at the Santiago Park Nature Reserve set for March 28”
  1. Hi Art, thanks so much fro posting this event!

    Just to clarify… Kevin Erbas-White will be presenting his thesis research, “Using Satellites to Distinguish Rattlesnake Habitat Preferences,” and presenters from North America Field Herping Association (NAFHA) Brian Hinds (NAFHA California Chapter President) and Matthew Gruen (NAFHA California Chapter Secretary/Education Specialist) will be discussing and answering questions about conserving and managing native snake populations.

    Thanks Again!

    (Sorry if this is posted twice. I did not see my last comment)

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