SaveNature presents The Insect Discovery Lab

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Explore the fantastic lives of beetles, millipedes, hissing cockroaches, walking sticks, whip scorpions and more! Learn about the extraordinarily diverse world of insects & other arthropods and their key role in the web of life.

Join us in the North Branch meeting room on Saturday, January 27 at 11am for this fun and educational program presented by SaveNature.Org!  For ages 5 and up.

Registration is required.  Call 510-981-6250 or visit North Branch to sign up for this program.  Space is limited. 

Sponsored by the Friends of the Berkeley Public Library


For more than 30 years SaveNature.Org has fostered a synergistic partnership between schools, informal science institutions, in-situ conservation organizations, in-country non-governmental organizations, and the public in the form of families and individuals, all working towards the preservation of the wildest creatures and places on earth.  To date, through the efforts of our 150 partner institutions, including zoos, aquariums, botanical gardens, museums and businesses, and 2,700 schools nationwide, SaveNature.Org has reached more than 80 million children and adult and has raised awareness for ecosystem protection to save wildlife and wild places.  Created in 1998, the Insect Discovery Lab is an award-winning educational outreach program designed to inspire school-aged children about invertebrates and how to preserve the biological diversity on earth.

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