NPS Park Ranger

Question of the Week

Previous Questions of the Week

“Do you like storms? Why or why not? (Suggested by WebRanger Awesome Lion)” (See Responses)

“Why did you join Web-Rangers? And did a friend tell you about it (Web-Rangers?) (Suggested by WebRanger Awesome Lion)” (See Responses)

“If you could talk to any one from the past or present, who would it be and why do you want to talk with them?” (See Responses)

“Have you ever gone camping? Did you like it? Where did you go? If you have not, would you like to and where would you go? (Suggested by WebRanger Island 10.)” (See Responses)

“If you had to spend a week in a library, a museum, or a zoo, which would you choose and why?” (See Responses)

“What is the first word you think of when you hear the word Park Ranger? (Suggested by WebRanger Rkoby)” (See Responses)

“Is there a character from a book, movie, TV show, or video game that is not well known that you would like to introduce to everyone? (Suggested by WebRanger Unikitty01)” (See Responses)

“What is the most exciting thing you havve ever done?” (See Responses)

“If you were taking part in a Junior Ranger program in a park, what kinds of things would you most like to do?” (See Responses)

“What do you think are some of the reasons we ask people not to take things from national parks? (Suggested by WebRanger Ann)” (See Responses)

“What is the farthest you've ever been from home? Why did you go there?” (See Responses)

“Memorial Day marks the traditional start of summer in the United States. What are you planning to do this summer?” (See Responses)

“What do you like to read? (Suggested by WebRanger Pilo)” (See Responses)

“What is your favorite color? Why? (Suggested by WebRanger Tender Foal)” (See Responses)

“If you could change the earth,how would you change it ? (Suggested by WebRanger VanessaS)” (See Responses)

“What is your favorte part of the National Park Service arrowhead symbol? Why? (Suggested by WebRanger Peggychen.tw)” (See Responses)

“National Park Week is April 19 - 27. Do you plan to visit any of the more than 400 units of the National Park System?” (See Responses)

“What do you like to do when you're not on WebRangers? (Suggested by WebRanger Joshua03)” (See Responses)

“If you could write a four-word note to your younger self, what would you say?” (See Responses)

“What is your favorite kind of food? (Suggested by WebRanger Werevamp)” (See Responses)

“What is the first word you think of when you hear the words Park Ranger? (Suggested by WebRanger Rkoby)” (See Responses)

“While Benjamin Franklin mentioned that candles could be saved by getting up earlier in summer months, it wasn't until many years later that Daylight Savings Time became an official part of the yearly schedules in most states. What do you plan to do with the extra daylight?” (See Responses)

“What do you think people living 200 years ago would say about the way we live today? ” (See Responses)

“How would you change WebRangers for the better?” (See Responses)

“Who is your favorite U.S President in history? Why?” (See Responses)

“National Parks preserve many favoite places. What is your favorite place, and why do you like it?” (See Responses)

“What is the farthest north you have ever been? The farthest south? The farthest east? The farthest west? ” (See Responses)

“How cold is it at your house this week? What state do you live in?” (See Responses)

“If you were stuck on a desert island what would be the three things you want to have with you? (Suggested by WebRanger Cody32)” (See Responses)

“What do you want to do in 2014?” (See Responses)

“Do you have a New Years Resolution?” (See Responses)

“What is your favorite place? Why?” (See Responses)

“If you could give a holiday gift to your favorite national park, what would you give and which park would you give it to?” (See Responses)

“If you had to choose for one day, would you want to play inside or outside? Why?” (See Responses)

“What is your favorite sport to play? What is your favorite sport to watch?” (See Responses)

“What are you thankful for?” (See Responses)

“What will you be doing for Thanksgiving? (Suggested by WebRanger Angelinarocks!) ” (See Responses)

“What is your happiest memory?” (See Responses)

“Edgar Allan Poe wrote lots of scary stories. You can learn more about him at Edgar Allan Poe National Historic Site in Philadelphia, PA. Did you dress up for Halloween? If so, what were you?” (See Responses)

“The mission of the National Park Service is to let people enjoy the parks and to preserve them for future generations. Do you think it is more important to preserve parks or to enjoy them, or both? Why?” (See Responses)

“What is your earliest memory?” (See Responses)

“What do you want to learn about this year in school?” (See Responses)

“What fictional charcter would you like to meet and why? (Suggested by FireEmblemGirl)” (See Responses)

“How long have you been a WebRanger? A day? A week? A month? A year? Longer?” (See Responses)

“Fifty years ago this week, Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. made his famous “I Have a Dream“ speech on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC, telling what he dreamed America could be. What do YOU want for America? Finish the sentence: “I have a dream that....“” (See Responses)

“Which famous person would you like to meet and why? (Suggested by WebRanger Paulmcartneyfan)” (See Responses)

“If you could do one thing to make WebRangers better, what would it be?” (See Responses)

“What can the National Park Service do to be more popular with kids?” (See Responses)

“If you could change the earth,how would you change it ? (Suggested by WebRanger VanessaS)” (See Responses)

“Do you collect junior ranger badges and if you do how many do you have? (Suggested by WebRanger Scutes)” (See Responses)

“There are some national parks about great writers like Carl Sandburg (www.nps.gov/carl), Eugene O'Neill (www.nps.gov/euon), and Edgar Allan Poe (www.nps.gov/edal). If you wrote a book, what would it be about? ” (See Responses)

“What does the Fourth of July mean to you?” (See Responses)

“If you could go to any National Park, where would you go? (Suggested by WebRanger Ukelele)” (See Responses)

“What is the most calming thing for you to do? (Suggested by WebRanger Rkoby) ” (See Responses)

“While Benjamin Franklin mentioned that candles could be saved by getting up earlier in summer months, it wasn't until many years later that Daylight Savings Time became an official part of the yearly schedules in most states. What do you plan to do with the extra daylight?” (See Responses)

“What is the first word you think of when you hear the words “Park Ranger?“ (Suggested by WebRanger Rkoby)” (See Responses)

“ Do you play video games? what is your favorte vidio game, what is it about? (Suggested by WebRanger Peggychen.tw)” (See Responses)

“Memorial Day marks the traditional start of summer in the United States. What are you planning to do this summer?” (See Responses)

“This is Comedy Week! So...what is your favorite park, nature or history joke?” (See Responses)

“What is your favorte part of the National Park Service arrowhead symbol? Why? (Suggested by WebRanger Peggychen.tw)” (See Responses)

“Do you have pets? If so, what are they and what are their names?” (See Responses)

“Telling the truth , how old are you? (Suggested by WebRanger Peggychen.tw)” (See Responses)

“Telling the truth , how old are you? (Suggested by WebRanger Peggychen.tw)” (See Responses)

“What is the best thing to do when you are near danger? (Suggested by WebRanger Breezy Ponds)” (See Responses)

“What do you like to read? (Suggested by WebRanger Pilo)” (See Responses)

“If you would be able to go to a national park on your dream vacation, which one would it be and why? (Suggested by WebRanger Breezy ponds)” (See Responses)

“What state or what country are you from ? (Suggested by WebRanger Peggychen.tw)” (See Responses)

“What kind of music do you like to listen too? (Suggested by WebRanger Pilo.)” (See Responses)

“What is your favorite sport? (Suggested by WebRanger Scout08)” (See Responses)

“If you had to spend the rest of your life in a library, a museum, or a zoo, which would you choose and why?” (See Responses)

“Who is your hero? Why? ” (See Responses)

“Should you use disposable items or not? Why? (Suggested by WebRanger Breezy ponds)” (See Responses)

“What is your favorite school subject? (Suggested by WebRanger Pilo)” (See Responses)

“What do you want to do when you grow up? Why? (Suggested by WebRanger Peggychen.tw)” (See Responses)

“What is your favorite board game? (Suggested by WebRanger Paulmcartneyfan)” (See Responses)

“Do you have an imaginary friend? If so what does it look like and what does it like to do? (Suggested by WebRanger Scutes)” (See Responses)

“Which famous person would you like to meet and why? (Suggested by WebRanger Paulmcartneyfan)” (See Responses)

“What do you want to do in 2013?” (See Responses)

“If you could invent something what would it be? (Suggested by WebRanger Babycakes)” (See Responses)

“What's your favorite animal? (Suggested by WebRanger D-3)” (See Responses)

“What would you like to add to webrangers? (Suggested by WebRanger Isabella8)” (See Responses)

“what T-shirt do you own that is your favorite? (Suggested by WebRanger Paulmccartneyfan)” (See Responses)

“What do you often pretend to be or do? (Suggested by WebRanger Paulmccartneyfan)” (See Responses)

“What will you be doing for Thanksgiving? (Suggested by WebRanger Angelinarocks!)” (See Responses)

“Does anyone have any Hurricane Sandy stories? (Suggested by WebRanger Paulmcartneyfan)” (See Responses)

“What time do you go to bed? (Suggested by WebRanger Northwood)” (See Responses)

“What are you going to be for Halloween? (Suggested by WebRanger Werevamp)” (See Responses)

“If you could smell anything through your computer, what would you like to smell?” (See Responses)

“What is the farthest north you have ever been? The farthest south? The farthest east? The farthest west?” (See Responses)

“The National Park System has sites that honor more than 30 U.S. presidents. If you could ask the presidential candidates a question, what would you ask?” (See Responses)

“Where would you like to go on a class field trip? Why?” (See Responses)

“Are you allowed to be on Facebook? Would you like for there to be a WebRangers Facebook page?” (See Responses)

“If you could ask a park ranger any question, what would you ask and why?” (See Responses)

“What was the most fun you had this summer?” (See Responses)

“Are you ready for school and what is your favorite part of school? (Suggested by WebRanger Werevamp)” (See Responses)

“What is the biggest storm you've ever been in?” (See Responses)

“What do you think you'd like to be when you get older?” (See Responses)

“How would you help the National Park Service when you are older? (Suggested by WebRanger Pickleberry)” (See Responses)

“The mission of the National Park Service is to let people enjoy the parks and to preserve them for future generations. Do you think it is more important to preserve parks or to enjoy them? Why?” (See Responses)

“How long have you been a webranger? (Suggested by WebRanger SpArK1eS)” (See Responses)

““Do you like to hike or swim better?“ (Suggested by Snowflakebaby1) ” (See Responses)

“What is the best thing that has ever happened to you (Suggested by WebRanger Shelby7301)” (See Responses)

“What is your favorite thing to do over summer vacation? (Suggested by WebRanger SoldierSlushy)” (See Responses)

“What is your favorite national park (Suggested by WebRanger dinky.sparky” (See Responses)

“What is the most calming thing for you to do? (Suggested by WebRanger Rkoby)” (See Responses)

“What is the first word you think of when you hear the word Park Ranger? (Suggested by WebRanger Rkoby)” (See Responses)

“What animal do you think like and why? (Suggested by WebRanger Cacy)” (See Responses)

“What do you like to do when you're not on WebRangers? (Suggested by WebRanger Joshua03)” (See Responses)

“If you could change the earth,how would you change it ? (Suggested by WebRanger VanessaS)” (See Responses)

“If you could be any animal for a day what would it be? Why? (Suggested by webranger AmeliaD” (See Responses)

“What is your favorite kind of food? (Suggested by WebRanger Werevamp)” (See Responses)

“Who do you want to be like when you grow up? (Suggested by WebRanger MeanQueen)” (See Responses)

“Summer is coming. What are you planning to do once school is out? ” (See Responses)

“This is National Park Week! Do you plan to visit any of the 397 units of the National Park System? www.nps.gov/npweek/ ” (See Responses)

“What is your earliest memory?” (See Responses)

“If you had to live in one national park for the rest of your life, which one would you choose? (Suggested by WebRanger katiekitty.)” (See Responses)

“If you were stuck on a desert island what would be the three things you want to have with you? (Suggested by WebRanger Cody32)” (See Responses)

“What is your favorite animal? Why? (Suggested by WebRanger Island 10)” (See Responses)

“Why is there air?” (See Responses)

“While Benjamin Franklin mentioned that candles could be saved by getting up earlier in summer months, it wasn't until many years later that Daylight Savings Time became an official part of the yearly schedules in most states. What do you plan to do with the extra daylight?” (See Responses)

“What is the most fun you've ever had outdoors?” (See Responses)

“The Junior Ranger Album, featuring twenty songs written by Ranger Jeff Wolin, will be released later this year. If you wrote a song, what would it be about?” (See Responses)

“There are some national parks about great writers like Carl Sandburg (www.nps.gov/carl), Eugene O'Neill (www.nps.gov/euon), and Edgar Allan Poe (www.nps.gov/edal). If you wrote a book, what would it be about? ” (See Responses)

“The mission of the National Park Service is to let people enjoy the parks and to preserve them for future generations. Do you think it is more important to preserve parks or to enjoy them?” (See Responses)

“What is your favorite hobby?” (See Responses)

“Who is your hero? Why?” (See Responses)

“What is your favorite food?” (See Responses)

“How many National Parks did you visit last year and how many do you plan on visiting this year? (Suggested by WebRanger Scutes.)” (See Responses)

“Do you volunteer to work around your house or community? If so, what do you do?” (See Responses)

“What is your favorite place to be? Why?” (See Responses)

“If you had to choose for one day, would you want to play inside or outside? Why?” (See Responses)

“If you could give a holiday gift to your favorite national park, what would you give and to which park?” (See Responses)

“National parks are a collection of places that we care about. Do you collect something? If so, what?” (See Responses)

“What are you thankful for?” (See Responses)

“What do you think is the best way to learn about national parks?” (See Responses)

“If you could travel back in time to any historical event, what would it be?” (See Responses)

“Which level of WebRangers activity do you like best, Easy, Medium, or Hard? Why? ” (See Responses)

“What is your favorite activity in Junior Rangers? (Suggested by WebRanger Island 10)” (See Responses)

“What are you going to be for Halloween? (Suggested by WebRanger Skink)” (See Responses)

“What is the farthest north you have ever been? The farthest south? The farthest east? The farthest west?” (See Responses)

“How many parks have you visited? Which one was your favorite? Which one would you like to visit most? (Suggested by WebRangerJake)” (See Responses)

“What is your favorite thing to do in the fall? (Suggested by WebRanger Scutes)” (See Responses)

“With summer over in the northern hemisphere, what changes do you notice outside? ” (See Responses)

“What was your favorite field trip from school?” (See Responses)

“What is the most fun you had this summer?” (See Responses)

“What unit of the National Park System is closest to where you live? Hint: Go to www.nps.gov and click on “Find a Park“ (Suggested by WebRanger LetsGoMetsBen!)” (See Responses)

“What do you look forward to most about going back to school?” (See Responses)

“How did you find out about WebRangers? (Suggested by WebRanger LetsGoMetsBen!)” (See Responses)

“What would you do to tell everyone about about WebRangers?” (See Responses)

“What do you do when you go to a national park? (Suggested by WebRanger Anna246)” (See Responses)

“What do you like to do to cool off in the summer?” (See Responses)

“What did your family do to celebrate Independence Day? Suggested by WebRanger Psalm11911” (See Responses)

“Of all the games you have played on WebRangers, which one was your favorite? Which was the hardest? Which was the easiest? Suggested by WebRanger Chinapro2000” (See Responses)

“What does the Fourth of July mean to you?” (See Responses)

“Do you usually visit WebRangers alone or with someone else? ” (See Responses)

“What is your favorite kind of exercise? Why?” (See Responses)

“If you were taking part in a Junior Ranger program in a park, what kinds of things would you most like to do?” (See Responses)

“What was your favorite vacation ever? Why?” (See Responses)

“In the United States, we celebrate Memorial Day on May 30 this year. Why is Memorial Day important to you?” (See Responses)

“What do you think national parks will look like in 100 years?” (See Responses)

“If National Parks had a theme song, what do you think it would be? Why?” (See Responses)

“What is your favorite animal? Why? (Suggested by WebRanger Squaggadoodle)” (See Responses)

“What do you want to be when you get older?” (See Responses)

“What did you do on Earth Day this year? (It was Friday, April 22.)” (See Responses)

“This is National Park Week! Do you plan to visit any of the 394 units of the National Park System? http://www.nps.gov/npweek/” (See Responses)

“Could you put this question in the “Question of the Week“? If you had a national park, what would you name it? Submitted by cessna202” (See Responses)

“This is National Park Week! Do you plan to visit any of the 394 units of the National Park System? http://www.nps.gov/npweek/” (See Responses)

“This week is National Environmental Education Week and this year's theme is Ocean connections. Why do you think oceans are important?” (See Responses)

“What do you think people living 200 years ago would say about the way we live today? ” (See Responses)

“Sometimes we wonder at some of the odd things that people did in the past. What do you think people living 200 years from now will say about us?” (See Responses)

“Where do you like to play outside?” (See Responses)

“While Benjamin Franklin mentioned that candles could be saved by getting up earlier in summer months, it wasn't until many years later that Daylight Savings Time became an official part of the yearly schedules in most states. What do you plan to do with the extra daylight?” (See Responses)

“It has been about 150 years since the American Civil War was fought to end slavery. During the Civil War many Americans joined the Union Troops and fought to free all slaves, while others fought for the Confederate side to keep slavery legal. If you could do a WebRangers activity to learn about people of the Civil War, who would you want to learn about? ” (See Responses)

“ Earlier this week, President Obama launched the 'America's Great Outdoors' Initiative because many Americans feel that getting into nature is important and some of us do not get to enjoy nature enough. Do you get to enjoy nature? How to you connect with the outdoors?” (See Responses)

“There are WebRangers from 106 countries around the world. If you could work together on a world-wide WebRangers project, what would you like to do?” (See Responses)

“Have you ever done Junior Ranger programs in national parks? If so, which was your favorite one and why?” (See Responses)

“If you could travel back in time and be present for any event in history, what event would you choose? Why? Would you change history?” (See Responses)

“Who is your hero? Why?” (See Responses)

“In the Northern Hemisphere it is the winter season. What signs of winter do you see when you look out of your window?” (See Responses)

“What do you want to do in 2011?” (See Responses)

“If you could give a gift to a national park, what would you give and why?” (See Responses)

“If you could change one thing about WebRangers, what would it be?” (See Responses)

“What is your favorite food to eat outdoors?” (See Responses)

“What do you think is the best way to teach kids about the importance of preserving parks?” (See Responses)

“There are some national parks about great writers like Carl Sandburg (www.nps.gov/carl), Eugene O'Neill (www.nps.gov/euon), and Edgar Allan Poe (www.nps.gov/edal). If you wrote a book, what would it be about?” (See Responses)

“This week is Thanksgiving. What are you thankful for?” (See Responses)

“If you wanted WebRangers to build a game about a park, which park should it be and why?” (See Responses)

“What is your favorite outside game? (Suggested by WebRanger Alan8)” (See Responses)

“If you could ask a park ranger any question, what would you ask and why?” (See Responses)

“How many Junior Ranger badges do you have and from what parks? (Suggested by WebRanger Zabcia)” (See Responses)

“How does WebRangers help you with your school work?” (See Responses)

“Which level of WebRangers activity do you like best, Easy, Medium, or Hard? Why?” (See Responses)

“What is your favorite activity on this website? (Suggested by WebRanger Daddyzbratz345)” (See Responses)

“If you were a bird, what kind would you be and where would you want to fly?” (See Responses)

“With summer over in the northern hemisphere, what changes do you notice outside?” (See Responses)

“Where would you like to go on a class field trip? Why?” (See Responses)

“What is your favorite place to hike? Why is it your favorite?” (See Responses)

“What was the most fun you had this summer?” (See Responses)

“What part of going back to school excites you most?” (See Responses)

“If you could ask a park ranger any question, what would you ask? ” (See Responses)

“Tell us what you think of the new Ranger Stations” (See Responses)

“When you step outside your home how many different kinds of birds can you hear? Do you know what kinds they are? ” (See Responses)

“If you could choose where to open the next National Park where would it be and why?” (See Responses)

“The National Parks are public land. That means we all own them together. What's something you do (or can do) to help take care of our public lands?” (See Responses)

“The Statue of Liberty and the Liberty Bell are both in national parks. If you were making a monument to liberty, what would it look like?” (See Responses)

“What does the Fourth of July mean to you?” (See Responses)

“What is your favorite kind of exercise?” (See Responses)

“If you could have any job in a national park, what would you choose. Why?” (See Responses)

“What do you like to do to cool off in the summer?” (See Responses)

“Are you doing anything special this Memorial Day?” (See Responses)

“What is the most fun thing you've ever done?” (See Responses)

“Where in the world would you like to visit more than anywhere else? Why?” (See Responses)

“Why do burnt marshmallows, cold hot dogs, and melted chocolate bars taste better outdoors?” (See Responses)

“What do you like to do to get cool in the summer?” (See Responses)

“Do you usually visit WebRangers alone or with someone else? If someone else, who?” (See Responses)

“What do you think is the most interesting part of the new Investigating Global Connections WebRangers activity?” (See Responses)

“April 17 - 25 is National Park Week. Entrance to all national parks is free all week. Junior Ranger Day is Saturday, April 24. Which national park is closest to you? Do you think you'll be able to visit a park this week? (See www.nps.gov for more information.)” (See Responses)

“Summer is coming. What are you planning to do once school is out?” (See Responses)

“Spring is here. What seasonal changes do you see around your home?” (See Responses)

“What is the farthest you've ever been from home? Why did you go there?” (See Responses)

“Will you turn out the lights for Earth Hour on March 27th? If so, what will you do during that time? Learn more in the WebRangers activity Disappearing Dark Sky and on EarthHour.org” (See Responses)

“Although Earth Hour happens once a year, we can do things every day to fight climate change. What things do you do to help make our environment more healthy? See EarthHour.org for more info.” (See Responses)

“What state do you live in? What wild animals live near you? ” (See Responses)

“What are you and your family doing to save energy?” (See Responses)

“For Students and Teachers: If the National Park Service created a website to help you in school, what kinds of things would it have? ” (See Responses)

“If you could participate in any Winter Olympics event, what would it be and why?” (See Responses)

“What is your favorite season of the year and why? (Suggested by WebRanger Jr.r)” (See Responses)

“Is climate change happening or not? Why do you think so?” (See Responses)

“If you had a choice, would you like to visit the mountains or the ocean? Why?” (See Responses)

“If it's warm in the winter where you live, what do you do for warm-winter fun?” (See Responses)

“Does it snow where you live? If so, what is your favorite outdoor activity when it snows?” (See Responses)

“What do you want to do in 2010?” (See Responses)

“What is your favorite memory? Why?” (See Responses)

“If you could ask a question of the week, what would you ask?” (See Responses)

“If you could give a holiday gift to your favorite national park, what would you give?” (See Responses)

“What do you want to be when you get older?” (See Responses)

“What do you like best about school? (Suggested by WebRanger HomanJ)” (See Responses)

“National parks are facing climate change. What is the difference between climate and weather?” (See Responses)

“Over 600 interpreters (the people who tell the stories) from nature centers, historic sites, state, county, and city parks and national paks are meeting in Connecticut this week. What would you like them to talk about?” (See Responses)

“What was your best outdoor adventure ever?” (See Responses)

“If you could ask a park ranger any question, what would you ask and why?” (See Responses)

“What is the longest distance you have ever hiked?” (See Responses)

“What is the farthest north you have ever been? The farthest south? The farthest east? The farthest west?” (See Responses)

“What makes you happiest?” (See Responses)

“If you had to write a report for school about any national park, which park would you choose and why?” (See Responses)

“What do you think people living in the future, 200 years from now, will say about us?” (See Responses)

“Parks include lots of ecosystems from deserts to tundra to the ocean floor. What is your favorite ecosystem and why?” (See Responses)

“Go to www.nps.gov. Click on the “Find a Park“ button. What park is closest to where you live? Have you been to that park?” (See Responses)

“A famous writer once said that national parks are America's Best Idea. Why do you think this is true?” (See Responses)

“How will the time you spent visiting parks help you this year in school?” (See Responses)

“Many national parks have special areas called Wilderness. What does Wilderness mean to you?” (See Responses)

“What can the National Park Service do to be more popular with kids?” (See Responses)

“What is the most important thing the National Park Service should do?” (See Responses)

“If you cold turn any national park story into a movie, what would it be and why?” (See Responses)

“Did you know that many units of the National Park System have ocean habitats? If you could be any sea creature, what would you be and why?” (See Responses)

“When you step outside your home how many different types of birds can you hear? Do you know what kinds they are? How many different types of birds can you hear? ” (See Responses)

“Of all the games you have played on WebRangers, which one was your favorite? Which was the hardest? Which was the easiest? Suggested by WebRanger Chinapro2000” (See Responses)

“What was your favorite vacation ever? (Suggested by WebRanger Gaston)” (See Responses)

“If you were a bird, what kind would you be and where would you want to fly?” (See Responses)

“What does the Fourth of July mean to you?” (See Responses)

“If the National Park Service had a theme song, what would it be?” (See Responses)

“How do you think climate change is affecting your national parks?” (See Responses)

“How do we take care of places that are not national parks?” (See Responses)

“If you were an animal who could live anywhere, where would you live?” (See Responses)

“If you could make a park anywhere in the world, where would it be?” (See Responses)

“Where do you like to play outside?” (See Responses)

“If you could smell anything through your computer, what would you like to smell?” (See Responses)

“Have you ever done Junior Ranger programs in national parks? If so, which was your favorite one and why?” (See Responses)

“There are WebRangers from 106 countries around the world. If you could work together on a world-wide WebRangers project, what would you like to do?” (See Responses)

“Why are national parks important to you?” (See Responses)

“The mission of the National Park Service is to let people enjoy the parks and to preserve them for future generations. Do you think it is more important to preserve parks or to enjoy them?” (See Responses)

“What can you do in your own neighborhood or school to help to take care of your national parks?” (See Responses)

“If you could have any job in the National Park Service for one week, what job would you choose and why?” (See Responses)

“Will you turn out the lights for Earth Hour on March 27th? If so, what wi2009-03-21 00:01ll you during that time?” (See Responses)

“Many national parks tell stories of inventors and their inventions. What would you invent to help take care of the world?” (See Responses)

“What would you do if you got lost in a blizzard in the night and it was freezing outside and you could not see where you were going and you stepped into a hot spring now you are wet and cold , what would you do and why? (Suggested by WebRanger Juniorranger)” (See Responses)

“If you could travel back in time to any historical event, what would it be?” (See Responses)

“What are you doing to save energy?” (See Responses)

“If you were in a historical park and while you were still inside the gates closed and you were locked in for the night, what would you do and why would you do that? (Suggested by WebRanger Ninabeans99)” (See Responses)

“There are 391 units of the National Park System. If you had to pick only one to visit, which one would it be and why? (You can learn about all of them on www.nps.gov.)” (See Responses)

“If you could be any animal for a day, what would you be? Why?” (See Responses)

“If you had to choose for one day, would you want to play inside or outside? Why? ” (See Responses)

“Many presidents' childhood homes have become national parks. What would people see if your house became a national park?” (See Responses)

“Presidents have the power to create National Monuments. If you were President, what National Monument would you create?” (See Responses)

“The President and his family live in the White House, which is a national park. What do you think it would be like to live in the White House or another national park?” (See Responses)

“If you could tell President-elect Obama one thing, what would you tell him?” (See Responses)

“What are you doing to save energy?” (See Responses)

“What would you do if you got lost in a blizzard in the night and it was freezing outside and you could not see where you were going and you stepped into a hot spring now you are wet and cold , what would you do and why? Suggested by WebRanger Juniorranger” (See Responses)

“How many parks have you visited? Which one was your favorite? Which one would you like to visit most? (Suggested by WebRangerJake)” (See Responses)

 

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