Ever wondered what all those tiny lizards are running around your backyard?

Cunningham skink

Life in the Park 2014 is a series of FREE short talks featuring a number of speakers including Philip Topman, who is a committee member with the Australian Herpetological Society, and a Reptile Co-ordinator for Sydney Metropolitan Wildlife Service.

Philip will be speaking on the Reptiles of Sydney and has shared with us a little about what he will be talking about:

Have you ever wondered what all those tiny lizards are you see running around your backyard?

Do you want to know how many species of snakes there are in Sydney and which ones you share your backyard with?

This talk focuses on the various species of reptiles found in Sydney and their ecology. What do they eat? Where do they live? Which ones are you more likely to see? Which snakes are venomous?

After hearing this talk you’ll realise how special Sydney’s local bushland is as it supports more reptile species than most people ever realise or even see.

To hear Philip’s talk on Reptiles of Sydney you just need to come on down to our Education Centre in Bicentennial Park from 10am on Sunday, 14 September 2014.

Check out the Life in the Park 2014 event day information

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