Each of the park passports contains a QR code to trail maps and useful information about thepark. There’s also a QR code provided by Peter Hernandez that takes the viewer to a park-specific list of species shared in iNaturalist.
Each park has a “mission” that will bring focus to a particular aspect of nature; facts about the park’s flora and fauna; encouragement to observe some of the highlighted features; some questions to be answered; plus, a journaling page to capture what was seen with sketches and field notes.
The passport pages are meant to be printed double-sided (or used electronically) & folded as a booklet on 28lb. paper. Print on both sides and click on drop down – Flip on short edge.
Please contact Catherine Sobieszczyk (AAMN Class 41) email@example.com with any additions or suggested edits.
Explore and Observe the Nature of San Antonio Area Parks with NATURE PASSPORTS!
Although the passports are designed with ages 9-12 in mind, they were also created to encourage families to spend time together in nature.
The following stand alone pages are park specific:
- Junior Master Naturalist Passport to Acequia Park – Wildlife Dependent on Water
- Junior Master Naturalist Passport to Brackenridge Park – Great Egrets and Nesting
- Junior Master Naturalist Passport to Medina River Natural Area – Riparian Habitat and Erosion
- Junior Master Naturalist Passport to Phil Hardberger Park Land Bridge – Habitat Corridors
- Junior Master Naturalist Passport to Phil Hardberger Park Savanna – Fire and Native Grasses
- Junior Master Naturalist Passport to San Pedro Springs – Aquatic Macroinvertebrates