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Slither into the Dragoon Trace Nature Center east of Mount Ayr to view an amazing traveling exhibit about snakes.
Whether snakes make you nervous or if you are totally fascinated by them, this exhibit is for you.
Don’t miss the opportunity to view this museum-quality exhibit in your own neighborhood for free.
Ringgold County Conservation is pleased to host this traveling exhibit featuring a 69-foot-long, 10-foot-high plywood rattlesnake model. Exhibit visitors can walk inside the ribs and observe dioramas and graphics teaching facts about snakes. This exhibit also includes several exciting hands-on stations.
“Snakes, Rattles and Holes” was created by Purdue University, purchased and brought to Iowa by Dallas County Conservation.
For more information, contact RCCB at (641)-464-2787.