Topic: AHS Spring Field Trip


AHS field trips are open to members and non-members alike. If you are interested in finding herps in the wild and meeting with others who like to do the same, you are invited and encouraged to join us.


It's a field trip! AHS field trips are a fun experience if you have never attended one. Our ranks include newbies, hobbyists, graduate students, science professionals, and even youngsters (our "herpetologists in training"). We share a family-like camaraderie and welcome newcomers with open arms.  This field trip will be a formal herp survey of the area. All AHS activities will take place within designated, approved areas.


April 20,21,22 2018 . AHS members will arrive as early as Friday afternoon and depart mid-day Sunday.


Lake Leatherwood City Park Eureka Springs, AR.   Lake Leatherwood City Park has cabins, electric hook-up campsites as well as tent camping.  See http://box5118.temp.domains/~eurekas7/p … atherwood/  for details, the ‘book now’ link is at the top right.  Also, Eureka springs and Rogers are both nearby, both have hotels and restaurants.   


Put “Lake Leatherwood” into any gps or map app.  Just north of HWY 62 on the west side of Eureka springs.


The AHS does not require dues for membership.


Whatever you choose to bring. You will be responsible for bringing your own provisions.

Suggested Provisions and Supplies:

* Gloves

* Blaze orange hunting vest

* Camera

* Camping gear

* Camp chairs

* Cold gear

* Food and drink


* Herp collecting equipment (pillowcases, buckets with lids, critter keepers)

* Rain gear

* Waders


Brad: mulebrother@gmail.com

Glenn: manning@uamont.edu

This field trip will NOT be canceled due to weather.

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