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Longtime falconer, herpetologist to present at OKC Audubon club

A longtime falconer will be the presenter at the OKC Audubon club's upcoming meeting, although the gathering will take on a different twist.

Guest speaker Bob Clark, also a herpetologist and breeder of nonpoisonous snakes, particularly pythons, will bring several examples of the snakes to the meeting at 7 p.m. Monday at the Will Rogers Garden center building.

A news release stated that even though the club is a birding organization, members are interested in nearly all facets of nature study, environmental and conservation topics.

Clark will discuss captive breeding of snakes, rattlesnake roundups and the recent increase in invasive python populations in Florida.