Teens invited to sign up for junior zoo-keeping course

A new session of the hands-on, interactive eight-week course starts soon at Surrey's Urban Safari Rescue Society

A hands-on experience: Urban Safari Rescue Society’s Junior Zoo Keeping course starts soon.

Is your teen interested in a career working with animals – or do they just want to explore the vast animal world?

Urban Safari Rescue Society’s Junior Zoo Keeping course for teens might be a perfect fit. It’s a one-of-a kind, eight-week course designed for teenagers who have an interest in animals. There are projects, hands-on interaction with many of the rescue refuge’s exotic animals, as well as classroom discussions and demonstrations.

The next session begins Saturday, Feb. 20.

For more information, visit urbansfari.ca, call 604-531-1100 or email info@urbansafari.com. The facility is located at 1395 176 Street, Surrey.

 

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