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All participating Ranger Rick's Geocache Trail hosts, old and new, are eligible to win two great prizes:

1. Get a free trackable geocoin!

Send us your live* cache GC codes (minimum of three caches) and receive a commemorative trackable geocache coin.

2. Enter for a chance to be featured in National Wildlife Magazine!

In addition, tell us why you brought geocaching to your community and be entered to win a 1-page feature in the Spring 2013 issue of National Wildlife Magazine highlighting your geocache trail and other special initiatives that are connecting children to nature.

How to Enter: 

Who is eligible? Any organization within the U.S. who has a live Ranger Rick's Geocache Trail of at least three caches. (IMPORTANT: If you are not the property owner, please obtain permission from the land owner or land managing agency prior to hiding your geocaches)

>>>Click here to submit your GC Codes for a chance to win!

You must agree to these Official Rules when submitting the entry form for the Contest.

Once we receive your submission, we'll add your trail to our bookmark list so others can find it and send you your geocoin!

The winner of the feature in National Wildlife Magazine will be selected by merit at National Wildlife Federation headquarters, at 11100 Wildlife Center Drive, based on the response to the question. Judging will be based on originality, level of impact on the community, and relevance related to connecting kids with nature.

*Caches must be approved through geocaching.com to be eligible. Pending trails will not be eligible.

Who is Ranger Rick?

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  • Ranger Rick has been inspiring America’s youth to know and love wildlife for over 40 years.
  • Ranger Rick magazine, published by the National Wildlife Federation, is a wildlife-focused publication for ages 7 and up
  • What is Geocaching?

  • A free high-tech treasure hunt
  • GPS coordinates are used to locate hidden containers outdoors
  • Engages 4 million people +
  • More than 1.2 million geocaches in the world
  • Geocachers use a handheld GPS device or SmartPhone
  • Geocaches contain a log book for geocachers to sign
  • Geocaches can contain items for trading
  • Learn more at GEOCACHING.COM.

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