Where there is water, there is life. And Narasipura Kere has it all.
First it was the birds,
it’s time for the snakes
Date: Saturday, 13th September 2014
Time: 1600-1700 hours
Place: Just Books, Vidyaranyapura
Mr Sharath Babu, former Honorary Wildlife Warden, Bangalore Urban will be conducting the session.
To register for the session please call/e-mail JustBooks, Vidyaranyapura
Email: Frontoffice Vidyaranyapura <email@example.com>
This is open to all age groups, and there is no entry fee. Also, you do not have to be a member of JustBooks. However the place can accommodate only about 30-35 people. Hence, the registration and seating will be on first-come-first-serve basis.
Come and learn about these beautiful residents of Narasipura Kere: the Spectacled Cobra, the Rat Snake, the Water Snake and many many others.
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Most common snakes seen in Bangalore’s urban wildlife scene. Clockwise from top right: Checkered Keelback, Green Keelback, Russell Viper, Cobra, Indian Rat Snake. Collage: Nalme Nachiyar (From Citizen Matters file)