Holy Cow! India’s Herpetofauna and More – Christopher Bednarski
Join frequent Arboretum lecturer Christopher Bednarski, Sr. Herpetologist from The Houston Zoo, for an evening of stunning photography and fascinating tales from Indian sub-continent. Learn about the flora and fauna from dime-sized frogs and dragon-like caterpillars to giant pythons and Asian elephants. Hear about his latest discoveries in the field and how cows are somehow the most dangerous part of hunting for king cobras.
The event is hosted by the East Texas Herpetological Society, a 501c non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the natural history, ecology, conservation, and captive husbandry of reptiles and amphibians.
Drinks (Beer, Wine & Soft drinks) as well as finger foods are
INCLUDED in the price!!
Houston Arboretum and Nature Center 4501 Woodway Drive, Houston, TX 77024
Proceeds go to conservation projects and will help fund grants in reptile and amphibian research!
2019 Expo Dates Coming Soon!
ETHS is dedicated to the education of its members and the general public about the natural history, ecology, husbandry, conservation, proper care and treatment of reptiles and amphibians.
The ETHS is a nonprofit corporation operating under charter in the State of Texas subject to the rules and regulations of IRS 501(c)(3).