Reptiles Alive! at the Southwest Library in SW DC

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Don’t miss our last Reptiles Alive! DC Public Library show of the summer at the Southwest Library in SW DC.  Summer might be winding down, but the wildly exciting animals are still ready to go to wow the audience.  The Wildlife Educator will tell fun facts and hilarious stories about how the animals live in their ecosystems.  Make sure to stick around after the show to ask questions and check out a book to finish off your Summer Reading.  Check out our blog, or follow us on Facebook or Twitter to keep track of all the fin things happening at Reptiles Alive! Make sure to give us a call to book your very own show!

Reptiles Alive! at Anacostia Library in SE DC

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Come cool off at the Reptiles Alive show in the Anacostia Library on Wednesday, August 16! The Wildlife Educator will bring all sorts of amazing animals from all across the world.  Learn fun facts and silly stories all about reptiles and amphibians.  Make sure to stick around after the show to ask questions and check out a book for the Summer Reading Program.  Before the show, check out our Teacher Guides for loads of information on our programs.

Loudoun County Library Series: Backyards Alive at Sterling Library

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The 2017 Summer Reading theme is “Build a Better World”. Reptiles Alive will be presenting our Backyards Alive show where we will learn what to do when you encounter wild animals and how to help wildlife in your own neighborhood!  Featured animals may include an eastern rat snake, box turtle, snapping turtle, and other amazing native species. Watch this fun and educational video on what to do if you find a turtle in the road near you!

Loudoun County Library Series: Backyards Alive at Purcellville Library

The 2017 Summer Reading theme is “Build a Better World”. Reptiles Alive will be presenting our Backyards Alive show where we will learn what to do when you encounter wild animals and how to help wildlife in your own neighborhood!  Featured animals may include an eastern rat snake, box turtle, snapping turtle, and other amazing native species. Come cool off and learn about our amazing native animals! Learn more about our Backyards Alive program in our Teacher’s Guide.