Tag Archives: herpetology
Posted on 07. Apr, 2013 by Davidson Lands Conservancy.
Saturday was Reptile Day at Davidson College. What a great day! Besides beautiful weather there was a great turn out for this event. We got to see so many great animals and to talk to many experts who could tell us about these interesting animals. Some of the animals were natives and some were exotic […]
Posted on 02. Feb, 2013 by Davidson Lands Conservancy.
“Scaly, Slimy, but Never Scary – Come Pet Something That’s Not Hairy” Led by Ms. Nitya Rao Saturday, February 2nd This was WOW’s third year with the really cool animals of Davidson College’s Herpetology Lab. We were very lucky to have Ms. Rao lead this event again, too. Snakes, turtles, toads, frogs, and salamanders, all […]
Posted on 23. Jan, 2013 by Davidson Lands Conservancy.
World of Wonder is very happy to let you know that we have an outing scheduled for February: “Scaly, Slimy, but Never Scary – Come Pet Something That’s Not Hairy” Led by Ms. Nitya Rao, Herpetology Lab Saturday, Feburary 2nd, 10am to 11am. Davidson College Campus “Scaly, Slimy, but Never Scary – Come Pet Something That’s Not Hairy” […]
Posted on 11. Jan, 2013 by Davidson Lands Conservancy.
When my husband went out to get the newspaper this morning around 6:30 he said he heard the frogs. What did he hear? He heard the sound of Spring Peepers who are awakened by this very warm winter weather. With highs in the 70s for the next few days the peepers will stay confused. With […]
Posted on 18. Sep, 2012 by Davidson Lands Conservancy.
This year marked the 3rd annual Green Day Sustainability Festival, held on the Village Green in Davidson in conjunction with the Run for Green 5K, 10K and half-marathon. The sun shone on Green Day this year, and the perfect weather helped lift everyone’s spirits. From over 30 exhibitors to dancers, musicians, jugglers and others, everyone […]
Posted on 14. Jun, 2012 by Davidson Lands Conservancy.
Tadpoles are the larval stage of frogs and toads. When you see one that has recently hatched from an egg it doesn’t look anything like a frog or toad. It looks more like a fish and it swims like a fish since it doesn’t have arms or legs but does have a long tail. Tadpoles […]