Reptile Nature Walk in the Elfin Forest happening Aug. 19

Tuesday, August 1st, 2017

–Join Cal Poly biologist and reptile specialist Tony Frazier as he tours the Elfin Forest in search of the Elfin Forest’s reptilian residents on Aug. 19 starting at 9:30 a.m. He’ll be sure to find some Western Fence Lizards sunning themselves on the boardwalk rails. Most of the forest’s reptiles and amphibians are hard to find, so Frazier will bring reptile skins and perhaps a live critter or two. Learn how these elfin creatures behave, survive, and protect themselves from predators.

This walk is sponsored by SWAP (Small Wilderness Area Preservation). Meet at the north end of 15th Street off of Santa Ysabel in Los Osos. Wear comfortable shoes, and long sleeves and pants to avoid poison oak and mosquitoes. Park carefully, avoiding driveways and mail boxes, and leave pets at home. The easy paced walk will last 1-1/2 to 2 hours. For more information call (805) 528-0392.

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