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Posted by chris_mcmartin on January 07, 2003 at 20:07:33:
In Reply to: San Antonio Society posted by cougar579 on January 07, 2003 at 19:26:56:
Message received today:
"The January Meeting of the South Texas Herpetology Association will be tomorrow, Wednesday, January 8th, 7:30 PM, at the Guilbeau Park Community Center. Directions are at the end of this email.
"Dr. Darren Hubenak will present a lecture / discussion on the unique anatomy of snakes, lizards, turtles, and crocidillian species and how they compare. Dr. Hubenak is in practice at Castle Hills Companion Animal Hospital (www.companionanimal.com) and has a special interest in reptile and amphibian medicine. He assist in teaching reptile anatomy and other topics to the veterinary students at Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine. He also keeps and breeds Ball pythons, Columbian red-tailed boas, East African sand boas, kingsnakes, green iguanas, and tortoises. "I love my wife, Kathy and she hates my herps!!!" - Darren
"DIRECTIONS - from 1604 turn INSIDE the loop on Guilbeau Road and go approximately 3/4 mile to 4-way stop. This is CAEN. Turn RIGHT and you will see a swimming pool on the left - the community center is behind the pool.
"If you need additional information, please call me - my cell phone number is 602-0021.
"Remember - the Association needs door prizes donated each month. Please bring a small item for a door prize if possible.
"Hope to see you there.