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Reptile Rampage

Sunday March 11, 2018

Times: 10 am - 4 pm

Bring your friends and family and join us for one of Chicagoland’s largest reptile exhibitions!

Enthusiasts and experts from around the region will exhibit more than 150 snakes, lizards, turtles, tortoises and more. Visitors will have opportunities to meet, handle, and learn about many of these animals with representatives from museums, universities, zoos, nature centers and private collections. Children will be able to engage in many activities!

Reptile Rampage is the Wildlife Discovery Center’s annual spring fundraiser. Proceeds help support the work of the WDC, including the care of its animals, wildlife and environmental educational programming. The entrance fee is a $10 donation per person. Children age 3 and under are free.

The Wildlife Discovery Center is a living museum and biological station at historic Elawa Farm, situated alongside the Middlefork Savanna, a 670-acre wildlife habitat in Lake Forest. This year, the Wildlife Discovery Center is celebrating its 21st Anniversary.

Location

City of Lake Forest’s Recreation Center
400 Hastings Road
Lake Forest, IL 60045

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Admission - $10 per person



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