For Kids

Welcome, kids!
Do you live in Alaska? Florida? The moon? From just about anywhere you can make mammoth discoveries about Bering Land Bridge National Preserve and become a Junior Ranger.
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Download our Junior Ranger Book

When you're done, send it to us via email or snail mail and we'll award you with a patch and certificate.

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Arctic Animal Discovery

Find the animals on the landscape to learn more about their amazing abilities to survive in their natural environment.

A model woolly mammoth sits in a bed of red bearberry plants.
The Travel Diary of Martin the Mammoth

Join Martin the Woolly Mammoth at Serpentine Hot Springs to explore from the tallest tors to the littlest lichens.

A woolly mammoth and an American mastodon stand side by side with a tree on the right.
The Megafauna of the Ice Age

Imagine living amongst woolly mammoths, steppe bison, and giant bears. Learn more about yesterday's giants and what made them so special.

An arctic fox listens closely for small rodents that may be travelling beneath the snow.
Alaskan Animal Adaptations

Adaptations help plants animals and plants survive. Learn more about the arctic adaptations needed to survive cold Alaska temperatures!

A cartoon of a ranger taking the pulse of the Earth.
Taking the Pulse of U.S. National Parks

How do we know if parks are healthy? We measure their vital signs, of course!

Last updated: October 17, 2023

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Nome, AK 99762



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