During this one-hour seminar given by The Phoenix Herpetological Society, residents will get a close-up look at desert critters and learn about:
- Desert wildlife and identification, including native venomous reptiles (i.e., rattlesnakes, gila monsters), other venomous creatures (i.e., scorpions, spiders) and non-venomous wildlife
- Conservation & the importance of coexistence with the natural world
- Tips for keeping wildlife out of your house
- Securing your yard and fence from unwanted guests & pests
- Resources for continual safety (i.e., rattlesnake removal)
There will also be a 30-minute Q & A session to ask an expert your individual questions and gain more peace of mind.
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The Phoenix Herpetological Society is a 501(c)3 non-profit reptile rescue & sanctuary. All funds related to participation in this seminar are tax-deductible and go to the direct care & maintenance of over 1700+ animals at the PHS facility.