Nature Net Passport

  • June 1, 2018 to September 7, 2018
    Recurring daily
  • South-Central Wisconsin
  • Surrounding

Wondering what to do with your children this summer? Are you looking for a family activity that costs nothing, has a variety of convenient locations, and is scheduled exactly when you want it? Do you enjoy the thrill of discovery and the fresh air?

Then, put on your adventurer’s hat, get your eyes, ears, hands and nose ready for exploring, and begin your Nature Passport journey! Nature Passport is an outdoor self-guided family program at various environmental education sites throughout south central Wisconsin. The summer version is generally available Memorial Day through Labor Day.

INTRODUCING THE 2018 NATURE PASSPORT!

Ringo the Raccoon has always been a scavenger, hunting for nature’s treasures. This year his missions for you are inspired by the fact that #NatureHappens… all year long! with a focus on adaptations and changes that happen throughout the seasons. Take your time completing this passport. A lot changes at our sites throughout the year- have fun learning about them!

WHAT IS NATURE PASSPORT?

Nature Passport is an educational nature “scavenger hunt” and journal for children and parents. Explore Nature Net sites at your leisure and, using your senses, record observations in your own Nature Passport. See if you can meet Ringo Raccoon’s nature challenge this year!

  • Times: 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM
  • Admission: Free