Reptile and Amphibian Day at the NC Museum of Natural History
Saturday March 14, 2015 is Reptile and Amphibian Day at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences in downtown Raleigh. This is the twenty-first annual Reptile and Amphibian Day and one of the largest and most popular events dedicated to those slithering and crawling animals This year’s theme is CROCODILIANS! so the museum will have a lot of fun and exciting things to see like lizards, turtles, salamanders, snakes, frogs, and crocodiles!
Events taking place include a presentation by Dr. Steve Dinkelacker on the Coastal North Carolina Alligator Research Program, a live snake feeding, the presentation Tales from the Swamp: Recent Research on Crocodilian Biology and Conservation by Thomas Rainwater of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and the presentation World of Crocs
Dr. Bryan Stuart of the NC Museum of Natural Sciences.
Reptile and Amphibian Day hours are Saturday from 9:00AM untill 5:00PM. This all day
event is free. Come see and learn all about crocodiles, snakes, lizards, salamanders and frogs at the Reptile and Amphibian Day at the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences located at the corner of Jones Street and Salisbury Street in downtown Raleigh.