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Wildlife Exhibit with Live Reptiles June 22 at LW Museum


Last updated 6/20/2019 at 2:06pm

The Lake Wales History Museum will be hosting "Wildlife of Florida and Beyond" Day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, June 22.

As part of Summer Fun Days at the Museum, people of all ages will be making edible dirt pies, botanical prints, and see natural history artifacts and a wildlife demonstration.

A reptile discovery program meet and greet will be held from 1-3 p.m. Participants can learn about a different wild animals from Florida and beyond. Guests are welcome to meet a yellow-footed tortoise, alligator snapping turtle, alligator, crocodile, Florida corn snake, and 14-foot albino python. The program will teach about their history, where they come from and how to care for and be safe around them.

The program is made possible by the City of Lake Wales and sponsored in part by the Florida's Natural Growers Foundation, Inc. of Lake Wales.

Every Saturday during the summer, guests can visit the Museum's dress up, selfie, and postcard stations. Programs are free for all ages.

The Museum is located at 325 S. Scenic Hwy. in Lake Wales.


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