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America’s Alligator: A Popular History of Our Most Celebrated Reptile

FREE virtual program – Since the early start of Florida tourism, the alligator has taken on an iconic and even mythical status. Join local author, photographer, and avid naturalist Doug Alderson for an entertaining look at how our most celebrated reptile has inspired various forms of art, stories, photography, tourism and even humor. Doug will share some interesting, fun Victorian-era alligator souvenirs from his own personal collection, and recount intriguing tales related to the feared and revered American Alligator.

This presentation, part of the “For the Springs Virtual Speaker and Performance Series” is a monthly program providing educational entertainment for the general public, a way for people to connect with others in a world of pandemic restrictions, and as an alternate way to enjoy the natural beauty of Wakulla Spring in these challenging times.  Register online at the Friends website, WakullaSprings.org to receive Zoom login credentials to attend this and other upcoming programs in the virtual series. For full information: https://wakullasprings.org/event-4018990 

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Date

Dec 10 2020

Time

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Cost

Free
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