Repticon Reptile and Exotic Animal Conventions is the national leader in producing reptile and exotic pet shows throughout the United States. For over ten years Repticon has been bringing thousands of reptiles and exotic pets from the top breeders and educators to cities throughout the country. Join us at a city near you to learn more about reptiles and amphibians in live animal encounters and to buy reptiles and exotic pets direct from the experts at prices better than you will find anywhere else!
Join us as the Repticon team brings you ReptiDay, the one-day reptile show and sale! Brought to you by the same team that has produced Repticon reptile expos across the country for the past decade, ReptiDay will feature everything that you've come to love the most about Repticon all packed into a single day of fun and excitement! See live animals from around the world, purchase pets and pet products direct from the experts at amazing prices you won't find anywhere else, and learn more about reptiles and exotic animals at live seminars and demonstrations. ReptiDay is one reptile day that you can't afford to miss!
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Oakland Nature Preserve (ONP) was established in 1997 as a 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation, and began the daunting task of gathering the resources necessary to complete the land acquisition. With a grant from Florida Communities Trust (FCT), contributions by SJRWMD and the Florida Department of Environmental Protection, and over one-half million dollars in donations, ONP was able to complete the land acquisition in 1999.
Once the property purchase was completed, the ecologic restoration work began. The site had been used for citrus farming for many years, and the goal was to restore the land to its original sandhill ecology. As the restoration work began, exotic species were removed and native plant species were planted. Simultaneously, gopher tortoises were introduced and as the plant community improved, native bird and mammal species began to reappear.
The ONP Board soon realized there was more to teach visitors about than just Lake Apopka's restoration progress, so the founders decided to create an environmental education center and expand their mission:
To promote an understanding of the fragile balance between mankind and the environment by educating visitors about Lake Apopka basin's ecosystems and cultural history, and by restoring and conserving the lands within the Preserve.
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