Ranger Amy is returning to Bone Haus to discuss Turtles and Tortoises of the World!


Ranger Amy is returning to Bone Haus with her compelling and popular animal education presentations. She will be there on Tuesday, November 17th. However, her animal education presentation will be in a completely different format this time!

This will be a ticketed event that will occur on Bone Haus’ patio. There will be 2 education sessions. The first session will be at 5:30 pm, and the second will be at 6:30 pm. Tickets are $10. Your ticket includes a donation to the Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center and a pint of your choice.

Bone Haus has decided to move to a ticketed multi-event format to limit attendance. This is to ensure people are properly socially distanced. Don’t worry though, kids are free with a paid adult ticket. Plus, you were going to get a pint anyway, right?!

Ranger Amy and Bone Haus also want to support our wildlife. They really believe in what the Southwest Wildlife is doing, so please consider donating to them!

Ranger Amy’s Topic

The topic for November 17th is Turtles and Tortoises of the World. What makes these slow-moving reptiles so endearing? And how have they endured as a primitive animal with remarkably few evolutionary changes over the ages? Ranger Amy will have several species of these shy yet loveable creatures on hand in this live program.

You can buy tickets for this event here. If you have any questions or concerns, contact Bone Haus Brewing at (480) 292-9541.