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Posted by Danny Mendez on June 29, 2002 at 22:19:57:
Just wanted to let you know about July's NJHS meeting. This month you can be a part of the 1st annual NJHS Summer picnic. This year's meeting will be held at my home which just happens to be smack dab in the middle of Jockey Hollow National Park in Morris County. We will have a short meeting which will be followed by our greatly anticipated Raffles. Afterwards we will have a nature walk through a relatively pristine portion of the park which has yielded several species of Salamanders, Frogs and Toads, Eatern Milks (and intergrades), Black racers, green snakes, garters and an amazing amount of other wildlife so far this year for me. And finally ending in a relaxing barbecue and lots of herp stories as well as ideas for the future of NJ herpers and the laws that surround them.
The only catch is that the whole shabang is for members only. I'll make exceptions for those that are seriously considering joining (you get one free visit, then we feed you to the monitors).
I encourage you guys to come joind us for a good time!