Do You Have What it Takes to Be a Junior Ranger??

Ever wonder what it would be like to be a Wildlife Ranger in Africa?

Rangers watch over some of the most endangered wildlife on the planet, like lions, elephants, and rhinos. Wildlife Rangers learn a lot about nature and wildlife so they can protect their parks' wildlife and ecosystems. Each ranger's work is slightly different. Some spend their days in the field, or on a boat checking up on wildlife's well-being or conducting research. Some work with local communities to provide environmental education. Some work to reintroduce animals to the wild.

Rangers undergo training to learn critical skills, and they learn even more on the job, advancing their knowledge every year.


Grab your binoculars and test your knowledge to see if you have what it takes to be a Junior Ranger.

Step 1: Give a suggested donation of $25 to support Wildlife Rangers.

Step 2: Take the Junior Ranger Quiz.

Step 3: Share your score with your friends and family with #ForWildlifeRangers.

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