Cascades Library will be the first up in our wildly exciting Loudoun County Summer Library Series! The 2017 Summer Reading theme is “Build a Better World”. Reptiles Alive will be presenting our Backyards Alive show where we will uncover the secrets of the reptiles and amphibians living in your own backyard! Come cool off in the library for this free summer event! Featured animals may include an eastern rat snake, box turtle, snapping turtle, and other amazing native species. Check out our Backyards Alive Teacher’s Guide for more information on the animals we will meet and what you might learn!
The Summer is heating up and it is time for another Repitles Alive show as part of the D.C. Public Library Summer Reading Series. Ssssslither on over to the Lamond-Riggs Neighborhood Library in NE DC for a FREE live animal show feature 6 exotic animals from all across the world. You will meet snakes, lizards, a frog or toad, a baby alligator, and a big boa constrictor. Make sure to ssssstick around to ask questions and check out a book on one of the animals you met during the show. Check out our Kids Page before the show for great reptile themed activities.
Come kick off your Summer Reading with Reptiles Alive’s PREMIER live animal show at the Francis A Gregory Library in SE DC. Everyone will have a blast while learning all about reptiles and amphibians. The Wildlife Educator will share fun facts and wild stories about where the animals live, how they survive, and what we can do to help animals all across the world. Check out our blog to learn more about animals in our area and what is happening at Reptiles Alive Headquarters!
Come on out to the West End Library in NW Washington, DC for a wildly exciting live animal show featuring 6 animals from all across the world. The Wildlife Educator will tell interesting facts and funny stories that are sure to wow children of all ages. Stick around after the show to check out a book on one of the amazing animals featured in the program. You can also find out more about our awesome animals on our animal page.
This show is in support of the DC Public Library Summer Reading Program.