Take a virtual tour of Theodore Roosevelt’s Maltese Cross Cabin with Ranger Joe.
Click our ranger notepad on the left to print your own page on which to write and/or draw one thing you learn from this tour.
Enjoy Your Outdoors
No matter what your backyard may be – from a meadow to a patio – there’s something living out there!
Click our outdoor image on the right to print your own page on which to write and/or draw your backyard.
Wild and Free
Learn about all the wildlife that live in the Badlands!
Click our wildlife image on the left to print your own page on which to circle one animal you learned the most about.
Bonus points: are any of these non-native wildlife? Why would the park have non-native wildlife?
What are the Badlands? Excellent question! Explore the geology of Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
Click our butte formation image on the right to print your own page on which to answer these two questions; why there are layers of rock and what rocks make up these layers?
Our Night Sky
Explore the park after dark. Learn reasons why our night skies are important and how to protect them.
Click our night sky image on the left to print your own page on which to write down one way you can help your night sky at home!
You have completed all the tasks needed to become the newest Junior Ranger of Theodore
Roosevelt National Park.
Now to say the pledge; stand up straight and tall, raise your right hand, and repeat after me...
“I am a Junior Ranger.
I’ll protect this park from danger.
I will not pick the plants.
I won’t step on the ants.
No animals will get my food
And I won’t litter ‘cause it’s rude
My job is never done.
This ranger life is fun!”
Jr. Ranger Pledge
Say the pledge with Ranger Amy
Time for Your Badge!
Simply click our badge on the left for a printable version. This way, you can print, cut, and proudly wear your well earned Junior Ranger badge!
Thank you from the Park Rangers at Theodore Roosevelt National Park!
Click on our picture on the right to print a final page for your Junior Ranger journal; write and/or draw your dream job/volunteer postion. Who knows, maybe it’s to become a National Park Service Ranger?