There's a lion safari coming up at Big South Fork National River and Recreation Area. An ant lion safari, to be more precise.
The interpretive event on Saturday afternoon is one of a series of short hikes and talks at the federal reserve in Tennessee and Kentucky on the northern Cumberland Plateau.
Ant lions are doodlebug larvae which set traps for ants and other small insects to satisfy their voracious appetite.
The safari at 1 p.m. EDT requires a 1.4-mile walk to and from the Twin Arches.
Other programs on birds, snakes and foxes are scheduled and information about them and others is available at the Bandy Creek Visitor Center at (423) 286-7275.