Be A Junior Ranger

Guadalupe Mountains Jr. Ranger Booklet

Become a Junior Ranger at Guadalupe Mountains National Park! Pick up a workbook at the Headquarters Visitor Center, then choose from a variety of fun and educational activities. Learn about the park's colorful history, study its unique fossils, and take a close look at its native plants and numerous animal inhabitants. Other activities, such as attending a ranger program, taking a hike, or visiting the stage ruins, may substitute for an activity in the workbook. Complete any 6 activities to earn a certificate and a badge!

Guadalupe Mountains Jr. Paleo Booklet

Ask us about becoming a Junior Paleontologist at Guadalupe Mountains National Park. After completing a few short activities, you can earn a badge and learn even more about this amazing fossil reef.

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Low Resolution PDF (9.6 MB)
High Resolution PDF (33 MB)

Night Skies Junior Ranger Booklet

Guadalupe Mountains is an amazing place to explore the night skies and its constellations. Check out the Junior Ranger Night Explorer Booklet to learn more about the dark skies that are protected by the National Park Service!

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PDF (24 MB)

Junior Paleontologist Booklet

Guadalupe Mountains National Park contains 46,850 acres of wilderness land. Find out what makes this land so special and what it means to you with the Wilderness Explorer Junior Ranger Program. You can earn a certificate and patch by completing activities for your age group.

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PDF (3.84 MB)

Guadalupe Mountains Senior Ranger Booklet

Are you the parent of a Jr. Ranger or a seasoned Jr. Ranger looking for a new challenge? Then check out the Senior Ranger program!

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PDF (10 MB)

Last updated: August 24, 2021

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