Passport to Nature
The Passport to Nature program helps get kids excited about exploring nature. When your family signs up for a membership, each child will receive a passport with six event tickets. Embark on six outdoor adventures, either as part of NatureKids Explorer Days or other organized, outdoor events, in order to complete a passport and qualify for great prizes.
Are you ready for the challenge? Get started by downloading the passport here or read our Passport to Nature FAQ below.
At what sort of events can I sign a passport?
Passports can be signed at Explorer Days or other organized outdoor events — perhaps an interpretive forest walk, a shoreline cleanup event, an outdoor school field trip, or a whale-watching tour.
Can I complete a passport if I’m not a member?
Only NatureKids BC members are able to take part in our Passport to Nature program. If you are not already a member, sign up your family now!
Who can sign my passport?
An Explorer Day leader, or a parent/guardian.
Are Passports to Nature the same thing as Action Awards?
They are not, but Passports to Nature can be used as part of the Community Participation aspect of the Action Awards; both require that you participate in community-oriented outdoor activities. To learn more about Action Awards, visit our Action Award page.
I’ve completed a passport — hooray! What do I do with it now?
Once you’ve completed a passport, send it in to our Office (NatureKids BC, 1620 Mt. Seymour Road, North Vancouver, BC V7G 2R9) and earn your rewards! You’ll earn a unique certificate for each completed passport, and a special prize (see below).