This High Sierra Eco Explorer from the National Geographic Outdoor Explorer Series is perfect for backyard exploring. This multi-use tool is great for digging, collecting, and examining the small treasures kids find above and below the earth's surface. It features a bug viewer, a magnifier, a soil sifter, and a recon tool. It includes a strap to covert the illuminated viewer into a cool headlamp that lights your way. The Eco Explorer includes an Explorer Activity Guide for great fun outdoors. Searchlight/headlamp Bug viewer, magnifier, soil sifter, and recon tool Belt clip Explorer Activity Guide Requires 3 button cell batteries (included)For ages 5 and up.WARNING: Do not look directly into the light source.NOTE: Remember to always release critters back into their natural habitats. **WARNING - - CHOKING HAZARD - - Not for under 3 yrs.
Illuminate, observe, and collect! Perfect for backyard exploring, the High Sierra Eco Explorer, multi-use tool, is great for digging, collecting, and examining the small treasures you find above and below the earth's surface. Included is a strap to covert the illuminated viewer into a cool headlamp that lights your way!
Great for digging, collecting, and examining small treasures.
National Geographic Outdoor Explorer Toys.
Whether you’re exploring in the great outdoors or just in your own backyard, having a multipurpose tool on hand for collecting and examining all kinds of specimens is an absolute must. Your new High Sierra Eco Explorer is the perfect to do just that! As a bonus, the base of the illuminated, magnified viewer converts into a useful strap-on headlamp, perfect for providing extra light when you need it. With the High Sierra Eco Explorer and other National Geographic Outdoor Explorer toys, you can embark on your journey to becoming an avid explorer of the great outdoors.
Have a Critter Party!
Have you ever wondered how bugs would act with each other if they met? Here is a fun way to find out! With your High Sierra Eco Explorer in hand, look for a few friendly bugs in your backyard, like Pill Bugs (aka Roly-Polys) and Ladybugs, and carefully collect them in one of the specimen jars that has the illuminated viewer and magnifier attached. Then observe how the bugs interact. Maybe they’ll become best friends!
Since its inception in 1888, when the National Geographic Society was created for the "increase and diffusion of geographic knowledge," it has supported the work of the world's most intrepid scientists and boldest explorers. Over the years, the Society has awarded more than 10,000 grants for exploration, research, and conservation efforts. Their constant exploration of the world has illuminated the need to protect the Earth's many resources for the future, resulting in a rededicated mission to inspire people to care about the planet. Most important, National Geographic's net proceeds support the exploration, conservation, research, and educational programs that make a better understanding of the world possible.
What's In The Box?
High Sierra Eco Explorer, strap for headlamp, tweezer/dig tool, and Activity Field Guide.
Light your way to adventure!