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On Wednesday may 6th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst,we are excited to be welcoming Kimberly Hess to Natures Talk Show. Kimberly is the director for Lakeside Nature Center 5 and half years now.
Lakeside Nature Center has been in existence since 1966 as a nature center with animal displays, and environmental programming. Today we are located in a fantastic building designed for children of all ages to learn and explore. We are the only Center of its kind in MO combining Conservation, educational programming, about 70 display animals, and Missouri’s largest full native species wildlife rehab center.
We started taking in injured, sick and orphaned wildlife for wildlife rehab about 35 years ago. Last year we had a very busy rehab year and took in over 2800 animals. We take in only native Mo animals, and of the 2800 131 were birds of prey.
Coming up on May 25th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, join New Mexico Museum of Natural History research associate Ken McKeighen and co-host Ken Boorman as they do an in depth discussion of the ichthyosaurs, a group of marine reptiles that returned to the sea. They have left an impressive fossil record from the Triassic to the Cretaceous Periods. Fossil records are amazing time capsules with a wealth of information. Ichthyosaurs thrived during much of the Mesozoic period, approximately 250 million years ago.
On Monday November 17th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, join New Mexico Museum of Natural History's field paleontologist, Ken Mckeighen and co-host Ken Boorman for a discussion on plant fossils and paleo enviroments they represent. Ken will also be discussing how to collect plant fossils and some of the sites he has collected from.
On Friday, May 22 at 8:00 pm eastern, 7:00 pm central and 5:00 pm Pacific on the Green Scene Hour,a discussion on Maidenhair Ferns. Join Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman as they discuss the natural history and care and keeping of these beautiful and graceful ferns. Amazing plants that are a Native plant of North America. Maidenhair fern history is quite interesting. Its genus name translates to “non wetting” and refers to the fronds’ ability to shed rainwater without becoming wet. In addition, the plant is the source of an aromatic, volatile oil commonly used as a shampoo, which is where its common name of maidenhair derived.
On Tuesday May 19th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, we will be having a fascinating discussion on Tarantulas and other Arachnids. Join Ray Owczarzak and Ken McKeighen on the next Monsters of Nature as the discuss the tarantulas and bird eating spiders. These large spiders are the stuff of nightmares, but they are harmless to humans.
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