Welcome Junior Explorers!
On this page you can find activity books about interesting places, people, and things. Are you interested in fossils? Do you like rocks? How about pioneer trails? Check them out and join the adventure.
While you are exploring, think about what all these places and things have in common. All of these places and things are part of the lands that the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) takes care of. The BLM needs Junior Explorers to help take care of these special places and things. Please take the Junior Explorer pledge at the end of each activity book.
You can do the activities on your own, or you can invite a brother or sister, your parents, or a friend to join the adventure with you. Then say the Junior Explorer pledge, sign the certificate, and you’re on your way to exploring and protecting America’s public lands.
Have fun and good luck!
Junior Explorer Activity Books
|The latest Wild Horses and Burros Junior Explorer Activity Book focuses on how they became living symbols of the American West. With activities on identification and interacting with wild horses and burros.|
This "Geology and Fossils" activity book explores rocks and minerals. Find fun facts and activities about geology and fossils.
The John Jarvie Ranch Historic Site in Brown's Park, Utah, is a protected archaeological site with a great program for kids.
|Junior Explorer Elko District BLM--Booklet describes the lands and resources in northeastern Nevada. Download is set up as a booklet. Print"Landscape" and "2-sided" (if available) for best results. For single-sided version, select this link.||The Pioneer Program of the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center in Casper, Wyoming focuses on the western trail heritage in Wyoming.||Junior Explorer Discovery Book--Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area, NV-- 28 page color interactive booklet about the Conservation Area and the Mojave Desert.|