Clyde Shepherd Nature Preserve volunteer work day + “discovering herps: native reptiles and amphibians”

This is short notice, but a quick reminder that the Clyde Shepherd Nature Preserve in Medlock Park in Decatur is having its monthly May work day this Saturday, May 2nd. So come on out and help our local Decatur nature preserve with spring garden weeding, clearing and mulching trails, and removing invasive plants!

  • What: Volunteer Day at Clyde Shepherd to maintain the trails, clear kudzu and invasive plant species, weed the new “gifts” of spring, and beautify the park
  • When: this Saturday, May 2nd, 2009 (and the first Saturday of every month) from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m.
  • Where: Clyde Shepherd Nature Preserve in the Medlock Park area of Decatur  (Map it)
  • Bring this: gloves and a water bottle

Bonus! “Discovering Herps – Native Reptiles and Amphibians.

Following the workday, Dr. Chris Beck a Professor of Ecology at Emory University and a CSNP Board member will present a program on reptiles and amphibians. Pre-registration is required. This will take place from 12-1 after the morning volunteer workday. Please bring a bag lunch; drinks will be provided. Donations Requested: $5 for ages 12 and older / $3 for ages 4-11. Contact Chris Beck, PhD at beck@biology.emory.edu for more information. For reservations, contact herps@cshepherdpreserve.org

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