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Dangerous Dwellers of The Desert Seminar Sunday May 20th
Free Creepy Crawlies Seminar Sunday May 20 at 10:00 am Camp Vigilance
How do you tell the difference between different kinds of snakes? How do you avoid getting bit? What do you do if you are bit by one? What spiders are poisonous here in CA? These and many other questions will be answered by Sue Miller, local expert on such things at a free seminar (sponsored by Jim and Lisa) to be held during our next muster Sunday May 20th at 10:30 am. She will bring some of her "friends" for us to "visit" with.
Founder Sue Miller, a San Diego Native, has been involved with the rescue and rehabilitation of native and exotic reptiles, insects, arachnids, and many other species (including cats, dogs, rabbits, horses, and pigs) for over 40 years. She started Kruisin' Kritters animal education program 27 years ago, bringing her animals to audiences for a hands-on encounter. She imparts knowledge, teaching respect and understanding for the living creatures with which we share the earth.
Sue Miller has taught and continues to teach at the San Diego Natural History Museum, Fleet museum, local public and private schools, libraries, military bases and many other venues throughout San Diego, Orange, Imperial, Los Angeles, and Riverside counties.
NEXT MUSTER IS MAY 18-20TH AT CAMP VIGILANCE. THE BORDER IS THE BUSIEST IT HAS BEEN IN YEARS. BE THERE OR BE OVERRUN.
MY LAST EMAIL MISTAKENLY (MY BAD) (I SCREWED UP) HAD THE WRONG EMAIL ADDRESS FOR RESERVATIONS. THE CORRECT EMAIL IS RESERVATIONS@CAMPVIGILANCE.COM