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REACHING OUT TO SNAKE YOUR HAND

 

Onyx, an adorable ambassador from the Susquehannock Wildlife Society, reached out and charmed me during a wonderful Arbor Day of environmental activities and exhibits at Annie’s Park in Fallston.

Onyx and most snakes help to keep our natural ecosystems working, as the feeding habits of snakes act as a natural form of pest control. They even help to reduce the spread of Lyme disease. Keep this in mind when you are thinking about your kids and pets.

This is one of the many reasons why I believe it’s important to keep our environment front and center when considering development in Harford County. The Environment needs a friend on the Harford County Council, and that friend is me.www.Kukurin4districtC.com

In the meantime, the friendly rat snake, escorted around by Gabby, the volunteer handler, will be on hand with other critters at the Third Annual Night in the Wild Gala. The event will benefit the non-profit Susquehanna Wildlife Center, a first-of-its-kind hub for wildlife education, research and rehabilitation in northern Maryland. For tickets visit:Susquehannockwildlife.org

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