Ranger Tyler found more serpent eggs and some shed skin along the walking paths at Lakeview Park. Research shows that sea serpents only lay eggs along the sides of wooded trails, not in the forest due to predators. You may want to check near other trees in this park due to limited wooded areas. Could these eggs possibly be from the fabled Ramona Sea Serpent of 1901?
Due to the limited number of eggs the the serpent can lay in one season, please only one per person. There will be three other expeditions this summer. If you find an egg, please visit Portage Parks and Recreation or call 329-4522 to receive your Certificate of Authenticity.