Look through our collection of self guided and printable activities. Here you can find scavenger hunts, birding activities, and self guided interpretive information.
Look up, look down, look all around!
35 things to look for during your walk in the Park. View or download here.
Self guided interpretive hike
The Aldo Leopold Trail features interpretive signage to honor Leopold’s vision of an ethical relationship with the land. View or download here.
Bosque Loop scavenger hunt
Take a walk on the Bosque Loop trail and look at the signs along the way. View or download here.
Explore the park grounds
This brochure points out a few of the special features of the park. As you walk around the park, slow down, look, listen, and let yourself feel what it means to be connected with Nature. View or download here.
Bosque loop trail quest
As you walk along the Bosque Loop Trail, take a look at the interpretive signs. Notice the art and fascinating facts. Can you find the answers to the questions provided? View or download here.
Silvery minnow channel fact sheet
The Rio Grande Nature Center Habitat Restoration Project was constructed to benefit the Rio Grande silvery minnow and southwestern willow flycatcher in the Albuquerque Reach. View or download here.
This is the same birding checklist we have available for 25 cents at the nature center. For best results: print “Flip on short edge” View or download here.
A crossword puzzle of nature words! View or download here.
A crossword of New Mexico State symbols! View or download here.
Riparian word game! View or download here.
Unscramble the words! View or download here.
Word search game! View or download here.
Solve the Mystery Message! View or download here.