All-Maryland Reptile Show takes place in Havre de Grace Maryland from 9 AM to 3 PM. For directions, follow the link to their website. Dates for 2019 include: 1/12, 2/9, 3/9, 4/6, 5/4. 6/1, 7/6. 8/10, 9/7. 10/5. 11/2 & 12/21.
.Hamburg Reptile Show - Northwestern Berks Reptile Show takes place in Hamburg, PA. Come discover one of the largest Reptile Shows on the East Coast.. Dates for 2019 include 2/23, 4/27, 6/8, 8/3, 10/19, and 12/7
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Saturday, March 2, 2019 (Open to Public) - TBD
Saturday, May 18, 2019 (Open to Public) - The Mid-Atlantic Turtle and Tortoise Society is very pleased to have former MATTS VP Keith Kelley present "Keeping Water & Box Turtles in Florida." Keith was smitten with turtles after seeing his first box turtle at age 6 in a Maryland woods. When his family moved to Florida, he discovered water turtles and has never looked back. He started out with sliders, Painted Turtles, and snappers,and "graduated" to Diamondback Terrapins, North American Wood and Spotted Turtles, and more in his Maryland collection. He also later gathered a collection of Asian species such as Chinese box turtles, spengleri, and trifaciatas. Keith moved to Fla. 4 years ago only bringing his Spotted Turtles, but now he once again has Chinese box turtles, and North American Wood turtles. Keith will talk on his setups and collection and share stories of his wildlife excursions via kayak.
Saturday, October 5, 2019 (Open to Public) - Sandy Barnett will present on "The Coahuilan Box Turtle:Adaptations to a Desert Oasis"."
TBD 2019 (Members only) - Annual picnic TBD - Check your email for details.in early Fall.
MATTS meetings are open to the public. We look forward to having you attend! All meetings are held on Saturdays at the Baltimore County Department of Recreation and Parks Banneker Museum in Catonsville.
The Banneker Museumis located at 300 Oella Avenue in Catonsville, Maryland. The museum is located on 142 acres of stream valley woodland. The park is dedicated to the conservation of wildlife habitat and the preservation of the natural history of the land. This historic park features panoramic nature trails, archaeological sites and living history areas, which recreate the colonial farm and life of the Banneker family who purchased the land in 1734.