Four-year-old Boston Mott studies bones on the “touch table” at Swan Lake Nature Sanctuary.

Four-year-old Boston Mott studies bones on the “touch table” at Swan Lake Nature Sanctuary.

Photo – In touch with nature

Guests to the sanctuary are welcome to study the turtle, the bee hive, garter snakes, toads and other creatures

Four-year-old Boston Mott studies bones on the “touch table” at Swan Lake Nature Sanctuary.

Guests to the sanctuary are welcome to study the turtle, the bee hive, garter snakes, toads and other creatures and exhibits before heading outdoors to explore the trails around the centre.

Check out swanlake.bc.ca.

sharon@vicnews.com

 

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