Snakes Alive!

August 16, 2019
(Master Naturalist Advanced Training)
Snakes are an important ecological group with a bad reputation. Although the Northwoods have no venomous species, two rattlesnakes do reside in low numbers in southern Wisconsin. Join Dr. Julie Ray, a snake ecologist, in searching for and collecting data on wild snakes in the Northwoods. Learn skills that aid in identification and handling, how to manage snakes near human-frequented areas, and how to talk to the public about snakes. 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Project Northwoods Nature Center in Winter, WI. Bring lunch and prepare to be outside. You don’t have to be a certified Master Naturalist to participate! Any adult learners are welcome. Register byAugust 9 by going to or calling 715-798-3890. $40 member/$45 non-member.

Aug 16
Project Northwoods Nature Center