On October 6, the Petaluma Wetlands Alliance will dedicate a bench at Shollenberger Park to honor Bob Dyer, a PWA board member and long time wetlands supporter. Bob took most of the photos on this web site and submitted regular articles to the FaceBook Page. He also was our most Senior Docent and educated adults and students over many years at Shollenberger. The dedication will take place at Point Blue Conservation Science on 3820 Cypress Dr., Petaluma at 3:30. After short speeches we will walk out to the bench on the south path to commemorate Bob.
Quick Facts:The coast garter snake eats a wide variety of small animals including fish, mice, worms, and slugs, and has a slightly venomous bite that is poisonous to its prey, but not considered dangerous to humans.
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