Be A Junior Ranger
NPS Photo - Rebecca Brisco-Rhone
Become a Junior Ranger this summer! Join a park ranger for eight weeks of activities, art projects and discovery walks that explore the natural and cultural history of the area. Discover the work of the reindeer herders, go on a scavenger hunt for cool native plants, create your own cultural garment, work as an archaeologist on your own dig site and more!
If you're looking for a little extra fun, download the Junior Paleontologist book (PDF, 9.57mb), published by the National Park Service, and send it in completed to Bering Land Bridge for your special Junior Paleontologist badge!
Did You Know?
Bering Land “Bridge” is really a misnomer for the land mass that the people and animals used to cross over from Asia and populate the Americas. The bridge ranged up to 1,000 miles wide.