Youngsters can learn about amphibians and more at Urban Safari Rescue Society.

The nature of clubs

Urban Safari hosting begins the next session of its Nature Club on Nov. 6.

Urban Safari Rescue Society (1395 176 St.) is taking registration for the next session of its Nature Club, which starts Sunday, Nov. 6.

Children will go on a journey of exploration and discovery in the animal world for two hours every Sunday for seven weeks.

Insects, amphibians, reptiles, mammals, birds – they’re all covered, with activities, crafts and lessons taught by a certified veterinary assistant.

For information or to register, call Sharon at 604-531-1100, email info@urbansafari.ca or visit urbansafari.ca

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