"Herptiles" and the Venomous Snakes of southwestern New Mexico
Friday, DECEMBER 1, 7:00 pm
Tim Geddes presents the program, “Herptile,” which is shorthand slang for reptiles and amphibians. The presentation includes classification, skin, reproduction, and other aspects of “herps,” including reptile venom and treatment of snakebite. As usual, there will be time for audience questions following the talk.
Geddes, who moved to New Mexico in 2012, is a chapter member who, most recently, has been instrumental in founding the non-profit group “Friends of the City of Rocks.” He was born in Virginia and attended college in North Carolina and Mississippi. He received a degree in aquaculture.
Free and open to the public with light refreshments to follow.
Birds & Brews - Join Us!
5:15 pm, 4th Thursday of the Month
Little Toad Creek at the corner of Bullard and Broadway. Eat, drink, visit, trip reports, slide shows & programs in the meeting room. Members are automatically notified.
Want to Attend? Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org to receive the announcement email with program details prior to each Birds & Brew. Please RSVP with your name(s) - room occupancy limit is first 30 to sign up. No programs November & December because of holidays - Next program January 25, 2018.
JANUARY 25 - TBA