Students explore nature through Biology Club

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Students explore nature through Biology Club
Photo by Neil Clark
Photo by Neil Clark

NEIL CLARK
Biology Club Advisor

If you’re into camping and other outdoor activities, like kayaking, canoeing, repelling, hiking, orienteering, bird watching and traveling to interesting and sometimes exotic places, then the PJC Biology Club is for you.

During Spring break of 2008, our club made the trip to Ft. Payne, Ala. for four days and nights of camping, repelling, caving, hiking, and canoeing in the Little River basin with an outdoor adventure company called True Adventure Sports.  A small group went on this trip, but we are trying to recruit more students who have similar interests and would like to experience the natural wonders of the southeast.

The next club meeting is scheduled at 3:30 p.m. Sept. 30 in Building 17, room 1705, until all business is complete. Check out the club Facebook site by typing “Pensacola Junior College Biology Club” into the search engine on the Facebook site. You may also contact club members and officers by e-mail at biologyclub@pjc.edu.

Come to our next meeting prepared to experience the Great Southeast natural world.

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