a part of the recognition program for the work being done by the
NWF Habitat Stewards,
Gregory Territo, a
well accomplished snake expert gave a fascinating overview of venomous
and non-venomous snakes of Florida. Don't know for sure if we're
any more comfortable around a diamondback rattler, but we know
a lot more about them at least. Gregory brought a Ball Python and
a Hog-Nosed snake with him for everyone to handle.
snake show, a sumptuous barbecue feast was followed by Stuart
Hall, K.Z. Zuckerman and Vic DiGiorno, the Scrub-Jay Trail "House Band" providing
hours of their brand of really great music and fun. A great time
was had by all.
During an intermission break, we took time to
recognize all the hard work being done by all of you. Our thanks
again to those who gave up so much of your time to make this event
go so smoothly.
were then treated to a tremendous surprise by Mike and
Jacki Osbun, who presented the Scrub-Jay Trail with
a museum quality framing of the original artwork donated earlier
by cartoonist Jack Elrod.This Mark Trail strip appeared in papers
across the nation.
Thanks again Osbuns!
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