Winter Nature Walk Themes

One great way to do this is to go on a winter nature walk. This can be a great activity for individuals, families, or groups. And, it can be done anywhere – whether you’re in the city or the country. Maybe even change it up and travel to the country or into town for some, it definitely changes how nature looks.

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Winter Nature Walk Themes

There are all sorts of things to look for and discover on a winter nature walk. The snow and frost can create some stunningly beautiful scenery. You might see animal tracks in the snow. Or, you might spot a bird or other animal that you don’t typically see during other times of the year.

Looking for something fun to do with the kids this winter? Why not take them on a winter nature walk! Here are some fun themes to get you started:

Signs of the Seasons Walk: look out for the first signs of winter. The first signs of winter can look different in different places of the world. In Saskatchewan Canada, the first sign of winter is the temperature dropping drastically. But maybe the temperature doesn’t do that where you live.

Bird Watching Walk: focus on the birds that you see, trying to identify them, and watching their behavior. Do you see geese flying in a V as they migrate?

Footprints Walk: look for tracks – this one is great on a snowy day. You can find footprints from people walking, and you can find animal tracks. How many different types of tracks can you find? Can you identify who made those tracks?

Sense of Hearing Walk – what does winter sound like? Do things sound different with snow on the ground?

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Sense of Touch Walk – how does winter feel? Find some ice and some snow, and feel the difference between the two.

Star Walk: take a nighttime walk and look up at the sky, to see which constellations are visible. Find a constellation book to take with you to look up what you are seeing.

Moon Walk: head out and take a walk by moonlight. You can time this with a full moon, or take several walks through the month to observe the phases of the moon.

Dawn Walk: get up early and head for a morning walk. Everything looks very different as the sun is coming up compared to later in the morning or at dust. From the temperature difference to the way the shadows are. In Saskatchewan, we would get a freezing frost at dawn. The most beautiful frost ever! And it made for gorgeous walks.

With so many different themes to choose from, you’re sure to find one that’s perfect for you. And who knows, you might even discover a new favorite activity that you can carry over into other seasons.

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