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Science Under the Stars: Snakes of Central Texas
Thursday, March 11, 2021, 07:00pm

This talk is part of the Texas Science Festival (Feb. 16-Mar. 26). Click here to register and to see a schedule of all the events.


Western Diamond-backed Rattlesnake. Photo by Thom Marshall
Western Diamond-backed Rattlesnake. Photo by Thom Marshall.
Texas Ratsnake. Photo by Madison Torres.
Texas Ratsnake. Photo by Madison Torres.
Black-necked Gartersnake. Photo by Thom Marshall.
Black-necked Gartersnake. Photo by Thom Marshall.
Eastern Hog-nosed Snake. Photo by Madison Torres.
Eastern Hog-nosed Snake. Photo by Madison Torres.

“Snakes of Central Texas”

Thom Marshall (Ecology, Evolution, and Behavior Graduate Program)

Have you always wondered what kind of snakes you see in your backyard or at the greenbelt? Join us for a discussion about the snakes of Central Texas! We’ll discuss basic facts about snakes, the important roles they play in ecosystems, as well as how to identify common snakes in our area.

Science Under the Stars has gone virtual! This semester all SUTS activities will be online, but they encourage you to participate outdoors under the stars in your backyard! (If wifi allows for it, of course.)

Here’s the schedule for this month’s event:

Location: Zoom

This talk is part of the Texas Science Festival (Feb. 16-Mar. 26). Click here to register and to see a schedule of all the events.