When: Sat., Aug. 15, 10 a.m. 2015
This program will illustrate that snakes are indeed helpful to the environment and often misunderstood. Come join Director of the Museum’s Wildlife Education Center Pam Golben to meet some of the museum’s resident snakes. Get a close-up look at their amazing adaptations and learn about snakes that live in the Hudson Valley. According to Environmental Educator Jim Farkas, “about 12 species of snakes make the Hudson Valley their home.” Make a fun snake craft to take home. For adults or families with children ages 5 and up.