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Hi John! Thanks to you and Peggy for coming out tonight to our KCCA meeting. Everyone really enjoyed what you presented (especially getting to pet a snake). I really appreciated everything that you shared with us, and that you made yourself available to folks for future questions and concerns. Please let us know if there is ever anything you might need from us!
Thank you!!! Kelly Decker
Vice President, Kagel Canyon Civic Association
A few weeks ago, John Saint John did an informative presentation about local California snakes for the Kagel Canyon Civic Association. When we first walked in, there was definitely some fear in the room but by the end of his talk the Kagel Canyon residents had answers to their anxious questions, learned they can avoid rattlesnakes, they don't need to fear them or kill them, and they have a resource if they need help. Education is like magic on fear. John's talk was supposed to be about 10 minutes but he was barraged with questions and it was closer to an hour before they'd let him leave! A lot of good was done in that short time for our reptile community. Many crowded around to see and pet his gopher snake. We just received this...
The Southwestern Herpetologists Society presents John Michels of Black Pearl Reptiles and his educational discussion of Drymarchon - a genus of large nonvenomous colubrid snakes, commonly known as indigo snakes, endemic to the Southeastern United States, Central America, and South America. https://swhs.org
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