ONLINE Nature Club: Fun with Fossils

Fossils are the preserved remains, or traces of plants and animals. They can tell us about ancient life on earth and help us understand present day biodiversity. Join us as we learn more about different types of fossils, how they are made, and what we can learn from them.

Found a fossil? Share your images and biodiversity stories with us here, each month we will highlight some of the contributions during our online session.

Registration is required. Sign up here!

Interested in seeing fossil at the museum? Click here for information on our on-site Nature Club.


This online session is recommended for families with children ages 5-12. If you are not familiar with ZOOM having an adult near by will be helpful. You’ll have opportunity to learn more about the work of biodiversity scientists and ask questions of our museum team!

ONLINE UTown@UBC Nature Club sessions are free for UBC families, other families are welcome to join us for a fee of $10 (inc. tax) per household. Advanced registration is required. You will need an internet connection to join us on Zoom. You can also call in over telephone, we will provide a list of numbers upon registration.  

Register now!