Free Snake Lecture in Philly!
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PHILADELPHIA HERPETOLOGICAL SOCIETY
MEETING NOTICE - ALL ARE WELCOME!
Friday, 27 September 1996 - 8:00 p.m.
University of Pensylvania, School of Veterinary Medicine
39th & Spruce Streets, Auditorium B-101
"The Biological History of Lampropeltis alterna
and the Mexicana Complex Kingsnakes"
A two hour slide/lecture by Gerry Salmon
Mr. Salmon has been researching kingsnakes (and others) for over
10 years; He is a field associate of the Bronx Zoo; the founder
and past VP of the Southern New England Herpetological Society.
Mr. Salmon has worked for the Miami Serpentarium and as a natu
ralist in South Carolina and New York. He is currently a sergeant
in the NY State Police.
Please join us for an enjoyable and educational evening!
For additional information email MMiller at tjuvm.tju.edu or call
the society at 215-464-3561.
Mark Miller, President
Philadelphia Herpetological Society
The PHS was founded in 1952 by (Professor) Roger Conant; Owns and
operates nature preserves in NJ; provides a forum for education
and conservation regarding reptiles and amphibians and their
habitat; and is recognized as a 501(c)3 non-profit by the IRS.
For information on membership, speaking to our group, or our
programs, please write to PO Box 52261, Philadelphia PA 19115.
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