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A Snake-y Social with HTXO

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A Snake-y Social with HTXO

November 15, 2017
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A Snake-y Social with HTXO

November 15, 2017 – 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm

West Alabama Ice House

1919 W Alabama St, Houston, TX 77098

Do you know how many Texas Snakes are poisonous?

None! But there are quite a few that venomus.

Join us for Happy Hour as we make new friends and bond over our love or fear of snakes!

Texas is home to 76 different species of snakes, that we know of, and about 15% are venomous.  So what do you do if you come across a snake on a trail?  If you get bit, will know which type bit you or what to do? We’re going to talk facts about snakes so you can be more informed when on the trails or in Texas waters!

The Texas Parks and Wildlife have a TON of information on snakes.  Start reading up on them here and then join us for an in-person discussion about Texas Snakes!

Not into snakes??

No worries, join us anyway! We’ll have plenty of other things to talk about as well… like planning our next adventure or sharing stories about trips we just went on.

About HTXoutdoors:

We are young adults with a zest for Adventure. Hiking, biking, kayaking, SUP, climbing, camping, traveling… you name, we’ll do it! (well, almost anything that it is.)

We are a group of Houstonians looking get out of the office or off the couch to meet new people who will actually do things!

RSVP at https://htxoutdoors.com/events/a-snake-y-social/    For additional info call 210-504-8333 or e-mail info@htxoutdoors.com


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