National Park Service: Kids and Youth

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Junior Rangers are park friends, stewards, and ambassadors! NPS PHOTO
Junior Rangers are park friends, stewards, and ambassadors! NPS PHOTO

National Park Service: Kids and Youth

by: National Park Service | .
Stripes Guam | .
published: April 27, 2016

Wanted: Junior Rangers

Needed: Skill, cunning, and creativity; Expected: Exploration of park or park website; Required: Discovering the island's history, legends, and ecosystems; Promised: Honor and recognition as an official Junior Ranger upon your success

To begin, pick up a copy of the Junior Ranger Activity Book at the Visitor Center. This book is filled with activities for all ages. Complete the activities, show your book to a park ranger, and be awarded a Junior Ranger badge! You may also request to have the book mailed to you.

Junior Ranger Academy

There's more than one way to earn a Junior Ranger badge! Our Junior Ranger Academy offers 7th & 8th graders a chance to join park rangers as they explore historic sites, spruce up public lands, handle artifacts in the museum collection, and much more.

Reef Rangers

On Guam, we are constantly surrounded by the water. Through fun activities, students at Reef Ranger Camp learn that the world of the ocean and its diverse life is deeply linked to the world we experience on land every day - in fact, they are one. The camp is offered each summer for rising 5th & 6th graders.
Reef Rangers' success depends on our Reef Ranger Conservation Corps, enthusiastic, responsible 9th & 10th graders who are mentors and leaders. Want to join this fun group? July 18-29, 2016.

Field Trips and Outreach


Although we have an awesome visitor center, our park rangers are willing and eager to bring our staff, resources, and information into your classroom or meet you at one of our special park units! Please call at (671) 477-7278 x1015 to schedule a visit.


River Ranger Program

War in the Pacific National Historical Park and Pacific Historic Parks will host our annual River Ranger Program. This free, dynamic program teaches river ecology to children in 3rd and 4th grades. Through demonstrations, hands-on activities, lively group discussions, and personal interactions with plants and wildlife, youths are encouraged to look closer at their relationship with the environment and build on their knowledge of the natural world.Three morning-long sessions will be held on Saturdays, April 30, May 7, & May 21, 2016. https://www.nps.gov/wapa/learn/kidsyouth/upload/River-Ranger-Registratio...

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