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Explore Signs of Spring at RBG! Activities & Resources

May 2, 2023

As the weather warms up and the flowers begin to bloom, it’s the perfect time to explore the great outdoors and connect with nature. Whether you’re looking for fun family activities, educational resources, or inspiration for your next adventure, we’ve got you covered. Let’s dive in and discover all the wonderful things spring has to offer at RBG!

  • trout lily
  • small globe norway maple leaves beginning to grow in early spring
  • Green Cucumber Magnolia Flowers Blooming
  • Robin with earth worm in beak

Spring Nature Activities

Download these free PDF activity sheets for your next outdoor adventure.

Early Spring Wildflower Checklist
Early Spring Wildflowers
On the Trail Eye Spy
On the Trail Eye Spy
Spring Flower Find
Spring Flower Find
Flowering Trees Checklist
Flowering Trees

Educational Videos

From trail tips to nature craft activities, learn along with our Nature Interpreters! Find plenty more educational videos for learners of all ages on RBG’s YouTube channel.

Spring Wildflower Walk

Looking for More?

If you enjoyed these activities, there are plenty more available as part of our RBG at Home initiative.

Looking for something a little more in-person? Don’t miss our Winter Exhibit: Frogs! On until April 16, 2023.

  • Orange And Red Striped Tulips
  • Trillium In Bloom
  • racoon tracks in the dirt leading towards the waters edge

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