SUNDAY, APRIL 16, 2023 AT 10 AM – 12 PM

How to Speak Reptile, with NatGeo’s Dr. Gabby Wild

Join National Geographic’s Dr. Gabby Wild to learn how reptiles communicate with each other and other animals.

For children ages 4-12, join us for another day of fun with Dr. Gabby Wild! How do snakes communicate? What does it mean when a bearded dragon puffs his face? Spark your child’s love of reptiles, by hearing about Dr. Wild’s and Ranger Eric’s wild adventures and encounters. After that, children will explore stations including live reptiles and camouflage activities and to experience, discover, and learn more about reptiles.

All proceeds benefit CEED and the D. Gabby Wild Foundation

Purchase a ticket and a signed copy of “How to Speak Animal” by Gabby Wild at a discounted rate!

The last two events with Dr. Gabby Wild closed out, so register early to ensure admission!

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