Spring is finally here and we will soon venture outdoors and into our gardens or go for bush walks before the weather is too hot.
It is also the time when snakes are on the move seeking food. Do you know what to do if you meet a snake?
Geoff Coombe from Living With Wildlife and Rudy from Adelaide Snake Catchers will present a Snake Awareness Workshop on Sunday October 13TH h from 1 – 3 pm. The workshop will provide practical information that you can apply at home. It will include an introduction to snakes and snake behaviour, tips of how to identify snake hazards around the home and what you can do about them, advice on how to act when meeting a snake, plus the correct and up to date first aid for snake bites.
This workshop is vital for hills dwellers, people who work in the hills, gardeners and bushwalkers.
Geoff will show you simple but effective ways of reducing snake habitat around your home and improve your awareness of snake behaviour. This information could save you and your family from snake bites or frights!
The session includes live, local snakes under controlled and safe conditions and will be held at the Hills Environment Centre (formerly Adelaide Hills Natural Resource Centre), 4 Crescent Drive, Norton Summit. The cost is $10 per person and includes a light afternoon tea. It is not suitable for children under 12 years due to the length of the presentation.
Registration is essential, so please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 8390 1891 Tuesday – Thursday to book.