Urban Safari Rescue Society's New Classroom - March 3rd 2015


Urban Safari Rescue Society

 

Shell was happy to help the Urban Safari Rescue Society build their new classroom to educate kids and adults on animals.

 

Urban Safari Rescue Society was conceived from Cinemazoo in 2007 by Gary Oliver as an effort to make a difference in the lives of people and animals alike. Gary Oliver has dedicated his life to learning about, working with, and rescuing animals. It is his belief that educating the public about animals of all kinds will ultimately make a difference in the lives of animals in captivity and in the wild.

 

Some of the animals we rescue are near the bottom of the life chain but without them all other forms of life as we know it would slowly disappear. Saving these animals provides us with a unique opportunity to have them as living ambassadors in our outreach and in-house educational programs. Teaching people about preservation and conservation is the priority, especially given the reality of today’s world of vanishing habitats and species.

 

Their Mission

 

To Rescue, care for, and maintain the health of rescued exotic and other animals.

 

To Educate children and adults on the various species and their importance to our environment, the need for conservation, and the responsibilities of exotic animal ownership.

 

To Provide public awareness of worldwide conservation efforts and encourage people to take an active role in those efforts.

 

Shell would like to thank the following contributors to the project:

 

- Shell Busey's HouseSmart Home Services

- Shell Busey's Home Improvements & Renovations

-  Windsor Plywood BC

- Southridge Building Supply Cloverdale

 - Northcoast Building Supplies (Ronald Sargeant)

- Rempel Concrete Vancouver

- Arts Concrete (Art Cobb)

- Trevor Ferguson Carpentry

- Eric The Electrician

 - Ruth Hammond from Ocean Floors

 

Here are some more pictures from the build...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You can find the Urban Safari Rescue Society at 1395 - 176th Street in Surrey, BC.

 

Or you can call them at 604-531-1100 or urbansafari.ca