Alligators Up-Close: Mark Perpetua’s Crocodilian Conservation at The Northeast Outdoor Show
Come out to the Northeast Outdoor Show at the Dutchess County Fairgrounds and experience an exciting new initiative, the Crocodilian Conservation Project, with Mark Perpetua and his Reptile Encounters display! Mark is passionate about educating the public on the importance of conservation efforts to help protect endangered crocodilians throughout the world.
The Crocodilian Conservation Project is a new program aimed at raising support for these fascinating and ancient creatures. At the show, visitors can view live alligators and learn about these descendants of the dinosaurs in our educational display.
In addition to promoting the Crocodilian Conservation Project, Mark will be showcasing his popular Reptile Encounters display. With a variety of reptiles from around the world, including snakes, lizards, and turtles, Mark's display is an interactive and educational experience for all ages.
Don't miss this opportunity to learn about the important work being done to protect these amazing creatures and see them up close. Join us at the Northeast Outdoor Show and visit Mark Perpetua's Reptile Encounters display and the Crocodilian Conservation Project!