Yatin Kalki : Herping in Southern India
In this talk Yatin will first focus on his experiences herping in the highly urbanized landscape of Bangalore city and then move onto talk about the pristine rainforests of the Western Ghats and herpetofauna found there.
The regular monthly meetings of the Chicago Herpetological Society take place at the Peggy Notebaert Nature Museum at the corner of Fullerton Parkway and Cannon Drive, across from Lincoln Park Zoo. The address is 2430 N Cannon Dr, Chicago, IL 60614
Free parking is available on Cannon Drive and also across Fullerton in the Lincoln Park Zoo lots (these lots may charge during the summer months). There are also CTA bus stops within easy walking distance.
The meeting will begin promptly at 7:30pm, and typically lasts until 9:30.
Meetings are free and open to the public. Enter thru the Main Museum Entrance, if the doors are locked please wait for the security guard to return and open them for you.
Raffle: There is a reptile supply raffle at our meetings. Examples of items in the raffle are Dry Foods, Glass tanks, Cages, Lights, Hides, Bedding, Artwork. Tickets are $1 each (cash only).
Library : We have a large library of reptile books which can be browsed during the meeting, members can also check the books out until the next meeting.