Snake Awareness Session

Where there is water, there is life. And Narasipura Kere has it all.
First it was the birds, 
then the amphibians and 
it’s time for the snakes Smile !
The Pancharatna Plus of Narasipura Kere are delighted to invite you to the Snake Awareness program.
Date: Saturday, 13th September 2014
Time: 1600-1700 hours
Place: Just Books, Vidyaranyapura
Mr Sharath Babu, former Honorary Wildlife Warden, Bangalore Urban will be conducting the session.
To register for the session please call/e-mail JustBooks, Vidyaranyapura 
Phone: 23644501 
Email: Frontoffice Vidyaranyapura <>
This is open to all age groups, and there is no entry fee. Also, you do not have to be a member of JustBooks. However the place can accommodate only about 30-35 people. Hence, the registration and seating will be on first-come-first-serve basis.
Come and learn about these beautiful residents of Narasipura Kere: the Spectacled Cobra, the Rat Snake, the Water Snake and many many others.

Most common snakes seen in Bangalore’s urban wildlife scene. Clockwise from top right: Checkered Keelback, Green Keelback, Russell Viper, Cobra, Indian Rat Snake. Collage: Nalme Nachiyar (From Citizen Matters file)


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