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    Cool Event At Lost Dutchman State Park

    Don’t have plans for Saturday night, Feb. 28?

    Spend Saturday evening over at Lost Dutchman State Park, where BTA (Boyce Thompson Arboretum) volunteer Andy Baldwin (also a professor at MCC and an experienced, hands-on “scorpion
    wrangler”) will be giving a talk about venomous critters of the Sonoran Desert.

    Are baby diamondback rattlers truly as potent at adults?

    Can you really be “poisoned” by a tarantula?

    Attend Andy’s talk and learn the answers to these and more….


    Dr. Andy Baldwin, biology faculty at Mesa Community College and
    summertime “Learn Your Lizards” walk leader at BTA will offer a talk at
    Lost Dutchman State Park on venomous animals of the Sonoran Desert on
    Saturday night, February 28.

    Be at the park’s auditorium at 7:00 p.m. - park admission includes the
    talk. Bring your kids, grandkids, nephews or nieces — Dr. Baldwin will have a
    few of his venomous ‘amigos along for “Show-N-Tell” time during his

    Don’t miss this — Andy is a charismatic and enthusiastic speaker, a resource
    when it comes to Sonoran desert critters and habitats — this should be
    a fun evening outing for the family. Lost Dutchman State Park is located off
    of SR 88, a few miles northeast of Apache Junction. For directions or more
    info about Lost Dutchman State Park, check out:


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