Are you a friend to animals?
Now someone has to make a joke about their teeth being friendly to animals and then say “mmm, spotted owl.” I’ll wait ...
... but seriously folks, the BioPark is looking for adults to lead tours and talk about the creatures and greenery on exhibit. Volunteers can also travel to schools around the state. Everything you need to know will be discussed over 12 Saturdays, beginning on Saturday, Aug. 7, at 11 a.m.
If you do this, you could directly help save endangered species, says the news release. “Because people are more likely to help protect animals they understand and care about, volunteer teachers are vital to the protection of endangered species.” You would also get the inside info on the future Insectarium (words that end in “arium” are pleasant, no?) and free regular admission to the BioPark facilities. Lope over to cabq.gov/biopark or call (505) 764-6214.
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