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  • Glacier National Park

    Winter Ecology Field Trip (Grades 1-2)

    Winter Ecology Field Trip (Grades 1-2)

    Students will conduct a simple snow experiment, create a group model showing the influence of the sun on the earth and why we have seasons, view a puppet show of how animals in Glacier survive winter, and take a short snowshoe hike to a beaver lodge with stops to investigate animal signs & snow characteristics.

  • Glacier National Park

    Winter Ecology Field Trip (Grades 3-5)

    Winter Ecology Field Trip (Grades 3-5)

    Students will explore the physical properties of snow completing tasks at snow stations. They will then investigate how those physical properties impact organisms in winter by participating in a snowshoe hike.

  • Glacier National Park

    Winter Ecology Field Trip (grades 6-12)

    Winter Ecology Field Trip (grades 6-12)

    Students will snowshoe the Three Bears Loop at Marias Pass or an extended off-trail route from the Oxbow Trail. Throughout the day, they will use a worksheet to collect and record data for wildlife/insect signs, snow density and snow crystal shapes, and weather observation readings.

  • National Park of American Samoa

    World War II and American Samoa

    World War II and American Samoa

    Discover American Samoa's important role during World War II.

  • Yellowstone National Park

    Yellowstone Field Trip With Your Class

    Yellowstone Field Trip With Your Class

    Bring your students to Yellowstone for an educational experience of a lifetime. Park Rangers may be able to offer free ranger-led activities for organized groups such as K-12 school groups visiting the park on topics such as geology, geysers, wildlife, or military history. Contact us for information about the programs and to schedule a free ranger program at least 3 weeks in advance of your field trip to Yellowstone. Apply for an Academic Entrance Fee Waiver.