Capital Region Nature Passport
Enjoy FREE nature adventures across the Capital Region!
Enjoy our new, free resource for explorers, adventurers, and naturalists of all ages and expertise levels. The passport is a collection of 25 micro-adventures which can be completed entirely within the forests, streams, and fields of MHLC’s public preserves and protected lands.
From finding hidden habitat gems to trying out new trails, the passport encourages visitors and residents to pull on their boots, get out the door, and get some dirt under their nails, exploring the spectrum of nature experiences waiting to be enjoyed in the Capital Region.
These Nature Passports are produced with generous support from the Bethlehem Garden Club.
Pick up your free copy of the Capital Region Nature Passport today! The passport is available at MHLC’s office at 425 Kenwood Ave in Delmar. Normal office hours are 9 AM to 5 PM Monday through Friday. Once you have picked up your copy, Register Your Passport with MHLC!
Can’t make it to our office during normal office hours? Pick up a copy from the envelope on our front door. There are also a handful of passports available at select preserve kiosks. If you cannot make it to our office, you can e-mail email@example.com and we will mail you your copy of the nature passport within several weeks.
Limit of 5 passports per group. Larger orders of passports are available for a small donation- please call our office at 436-6346 for details.
Step 1: Register Your Nature Passport! Fill out this form and let us know who you are and when you are beginning your adventure!
Step 2: Grab a map. Take your free copy of MHLC’s Preserves and Map Brochure, available at preserve kiosks and at our office in Delmar.
Step 3: Get outside and explore! Enjoy the adventures and record your observations, feelings, thoughts, and memories.
Did you find something spectacular on your adventure? Share your discoveries with MHLC! Tag us in your social media posts while you explore the nature next door: find MHLC on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. You can also e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here are just a few of the adventures you can seek with your Nature Passport…