• Sunrise over the Fort George River in the Timucuan Preserve.

    Timucuan

    Ecological & Historic Preserve Florida

WebRanger - Nature of the Preserve

The Timucuan Preserve is home to lots of plants and animals. These activities help you learn what lives in the Preserve, so that when you come to visit, you'll know what to look for!



Activity #1: Animals of the Timucuan Preserve - Color the animals on the worksheet and tell a friend or family member one fact you learned about each animal.





Activity #2: Word Search - We've got two options for you to choose from, depending on whether you're up for a challenge:





Activity #3: Backyard Wildlife Watcher - Identify five signs of life in your backyard! All you need is this worksheet and a pencil!





Remember - you need to choose 5 activities total! There are still 6 more to choose from. Woodsie suggests you choose at least 1 from this page.



These activity sheets require Adobe Acrobat Reader. Download it for free by clicking here.



Contine to WebRanger - Fort Caroline.



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Did You Know?

Pareja's Confessionario

The first translation of a Native American language into a European language – Timucuan to Spanish - occurred on lands within the Timucuan Preserve in the late 1500s. Fray Francisco Pareja did this translation at the Catholic mission of San Juan del Puerto on present day Ft. George Island. More...