Galvestons biggest reptile park is opening to the community to feed, care and watch the reptiles in a new outdoor area, as well as offering a wide range of other activities.
In a blog post, Callaway’s CEO Michael D. Callaway said the new outdoor pavilion will open to the general public on June 6.
“We’ve created a new interactive park, Calloway Gardens, to showcase the diversity of the reptile world,” Mr Callaway wrote.
“With the added benefit of being open to all, Callaways reptiles will be more visible and accessible to the people of Galvestoc.”
The area will feature live and active exhibits, including a large reptile exhibit, a bird enclosure and a reptile house.
“Our vision is to allow everyone to explore our planet through the eyes of a reptilian,” Mr D Callaway continued.
“By offering visitors the opportunity to take part in these interactive activities, we hope to educate, entertain and delight.”
The new outdoor plaza will also be open to members of the public, but the park will be open only to registered attendees, with no admission fee.
“The goal of this park is to provide a place for people of all ages to interact with nature, and share their experiences and knowledge,” Mr Bowers said.
“In addition to giving the reptiles a place to call home, we believe it will inspire others to look into their natural world.”
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