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Did you go geocaching on one of Ranger Ricks Geocache Trails? Check your answers here and learn more about Ranger Rick and his pals. 

Ranger Rick

Hangout: my hollow oak tree den
Favorite Food: acorn cookies
Special Talent: teaching kids to take
care of the environment
Likes: camping
Favorite Game: Ranger Rick-opoly

 

Ranger Rick's Paw Print

Scarlett Fox

Hangout: my underground den
Favorite Food: strawberry shortcake
Special Talent: helping Rick with his adventures
Likes: picnicking among wildflowers
Favorite Game: Nature Bingo

Scarlett Fox's Paw Print

Bucky Beaver

Hangout: my lodge of sticks in the pond
Favorite Foods: bark biscuits
Special Talent: building with sticks and mud
Likes: going on scavenger hunts
Favorite Game: Pick-Up Sticks

Becky Beaver's Paw Print

Becky Hare

Hangout: my grassy nest in the meadow
Favorite Foods: carrot cake
Special Talents: running fast and hopping far
Likes: nature walks
Favorite Game: Hopscotch

Becky Hare Paw Print

Barney Barn Owl

Hangout: farm fields near my nest box
Favorite Foods: mousy pot pie
Special Talent: flying silently
Likes: stargazing
Favorite Book: Hoot

Barney Barn Owl's print

Ollie Otter

Hangout: anywhere I can make a splash
Favorite Food: fish stew
Special Talents: swimming and diving
Favorite Game: Marco Polo
Favorite Book: Harry Otter

Ollie Otter's Paw Print

Boomer Badger

Hangout: my underground den
Favorite Food: pizza
Special Talent: digging
Likes: listening to my Paw-Pod
Favorite Game: Club Badger online

Boomer Badger's Paw Print

Odora Skunk

Hangout: my hollow log
Favorite Food: pumpkin pie
Special Talent: scaring off bad guys with my stinky spray
Likes: hiking
Favorite Game: Hide-and-Seek

Odora Skunk's Paw Print

Who is Ranger Rick?

Ranger Rick with a camera

  • 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.
  • Ranger Rick Geocache Trails

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