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Name: Rattlesnakes of Appalachia
Date: July 27, 2019
Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EDT
Event Description:
Rattlesnakes of Appalachia
with the Orianne Society
July 27
1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Rattlesnakes are some of the last predators left in the Blue Ridge Mountains and they are local residents to Brasstown Bald Mountain. On July 27, Dr. Chris Jenkins, snake researcher and CEO of the Georgia based Orianne Society, will present a slide talk “Rattlesnakes of Appalachia” along with a meet-n-greet with one of our native slithery friends. This is not to be missed!
Join us at the Mountain Top Theater, under the tower, be sure to give yourself plenty of time to hike or ride the shuttle to the top. Registration is not required although we suggest arriving early. Limited space is available.
Program is free with park entry of $5 per adult, 15 & under are free.  America the Beautiful passes are accepted.
The Orianne Society is one of the leading organizations for the conservation of reptiles and amphibians. We are focused on science and the conservation of critical habitats. Though we think globally, we work strategically in specific landscapes through well-designed initiatives. Within each of these initiatives, we define places and species as conservation priorities. We work with a diverse group of partners in each initiative to achieve conservation success.
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