Junior Wildlife Ranger Earth Day Festival 2021
Celebrate Earth Day with Junior Wildlife Ranger and special guest Obi Kaufmann at our all-ages festival.
Step 1: Submit artwork by April 16th!
Acclaimed artist-adventurer Obi Kaufmann, author of the California Field Atlas, will compile submissions into a single piece illustrating California’s biodiversity.
Send us a scan or photo of your child's California nature-inspired artwork (or your own):
By email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Twitter DM @WildlifeRanger
Instagram DM @JuniorWildlifeRanger
Step 2: Join us on April 24th and earn your badge!
At this live Zoom event, Obi will unveil his artwork made from community submissions and take us on a tour of California’s ecosystems. Then, Junior Wildlife Ranger in-house environmental educator Gila Juarez will lead us in hands-on activities from our new Neighborhood Badge program.
You’ll receive a special digital Earth Day badge and a physical badge mailed after the event!
Come to see a master ecological artist connect your artwork to a larger whole and experience firsthand how Junior Wildlife Ranger helps kids forge a personal connection with nature.
Whether you’re new to Junior Wildlife Ranger, a longtime member of our community, or anywhere in between, we hope to see you there!
Located outside California? Check out these live cams for inspiration for your art: https://explore.org/search/California
About Junior Wildlife Ranger
Junior Wildlife Ranger is working to rectify inequalities in environmental science education in communities around the United States. Through free hands-on science activities, hiking, and bird-watching at local parks and National Wildlife Refuges, our programs teach children the significance of our nation’s public lands and wildlife protection. Our programs instill a lifelong sense of environmental stewardship and love for the natural world. Visit www.juniorwildliferanger.org to learn more. Junior Wildlife Ranger is a project of the Earth Island Institute.