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Jun
6
Sat
Reptiles & Amphibians on Tap- Brewery Event @ Nebraska Brewing Company
Jun 6 @ 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm

If you love beer and reptiles/amphibians then this event is for you! Come join Nebraska Game and Parks as we partner with Nebraska Brewing Company on yet another brewery event.

Here, we will explore the wonderful world of Nebraska’s reptiles and amphibians as you have never seen them before. While you enjoy some great beer we will have a wildlife expert educate you about our 29 snake species and 14 amphibians on where they live, what they eat, and even discuss our venomous species!

There will be live amphibians and reptiles on display!

Event is FREE with beer purchase!

Jun
13
Sat
Reptiles & Amphibians of Nebraska @ Rock 'n' Joe Coffee Bar
Jun 13 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am

If you love coffee and reptiles/amphibians then this event is for you! Come join Nebraska Game and Parks as we partner with Rock ‘n’ Joe Coffee Bar in Lincoln!

Here, we will explore the wonderful world of Nebraska’s reptiles and amphibians as you have never seen them before. While you enjoy some great beer we will have a wildlife expert educate you about our 29 snake species and 14 amphibians on where they live, what they eat, and even discuss our venomous species!

There will be live amphibians and reptiles on display!

Event is FREE and family friendly!

Jun
29
Mon
LEED Educator Workshop @ Ponca State Park
Jun 29 @ 8:00 am – Jun 30 @ 4:00 pm

Join Nebraska Project WILD & the Nebraska Natural Legacy
Project for a FREE two day in-depth educator workshop!

2020 will highlight the picturesque view of the Ponca and
Missouri River Bluffs Biologically Unique Landscape. You
are invited to explore and investigate the steep bluffs
of the Missouri along the un-channelized river in the
Northeast portion of Nebraska. The majority of the bluffs
support eastern deciduous forest dominated by bur oak,
basswood and ironwood as well as upland tallgrass prairie.
Participants will engage with natural resource professionals
who will share their knowledge and passion of the unique
flora and fauna of this area in Nebraska.

Why Attend?
Each participant will receive a wealth of knowledge to use
when incorporating local ecology into their curriculum. Plus,
participants will receive numerous educational resources
including field guides and activities specific to this area.

Who Should Attend?
This workshop is specifically designed for 5th-12th formal
classroom educators in Nebraska. Teachers of all
subjects will find this workshop useful.

Cost To Attend?
This two-day intensive workshop is FREE and includes all
meals and lodging.
Ready To Register?

Please email monica.macoubrie@nebraska.gov with your
full name, phone number, mailing address, school/affiliation,
grade levels and subjects taught.

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