Have you ever been walking through the woods and come upon a snake? After the startling effect and reaction, did you wonder what type it was or whether it was dangerous? If you have, join us at Lee’s Education Center for a lecture and demonstration by Mr. Darrell Linder on snake identification. Mr. Linder will teach you how to identify snakes, discuss their behavior, and dispel many popular misconceptions about our reptilian neighbors. He will have several live specimens from his own collection for you to see close up. Come join us for an informative and entertaining event!
This program is from 11 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 29 at Lee’s Education Center.
Registration is required. If you want to register or have questions about the program, contact the park’s Education Center at 803-428-4988 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lee State Park covers 2,839 acres of wetlands, sand hills and mixed pine-hardwood forests along the Lynches River in Lee County, four miles east of Bishopville. The park also features camping, hiking, picnicking, equestrian facilities and a boardwalk into the wetlands. For more information, go to www.SouthCarolinaParks.com.
Information provided by Florence Convention and Visitors Bureau.