Vacker offers NatureWalk, an extensive series of standard nature themed educational signs developed for park and trail visitors of all ages. The outdoor durable sign panels are engaging, informative and particularly fun for kids! Our wide variety of offerings allow you to select topics specific to the habitats within your park or along your trail.
NatureWalk - Standard Nature Themed Interpretive Signs
Vacker is pleased to introduce an extensive series of affordable nature themed interpretive signs. The signs are colorful, educational, and designed specifically to engage youth and families. Content includes interesting information and fun facts supported with splendid imagery and delightful illustrations by Minnesota naturalist and illustrator, Emily A. Meyer. All designs are available in Vacker’s durable sign panel material options and can be mounted with our high quality aluminum frames and frameless pedestals – perfect for outdoor education. Signs are 18″x24″ in size, and designed with “best practices” for interpretation. Visit Angle Mount Exhibits for information about mount style options.
NatureWalk Sign Topics
Hiking is a great way to exercise and spend time exploring nature with family and friends. If park visitors are on the “look out,” they can discover and observe cool plants, trees and wildlife. NatureWalk signs will enhance your park and trail visitor’s experience with effective interpretation of the nature they might experience along their way. Panel subject areas include birds of all kinds; trees, plants and flowers; insects and spiders, signs and tracks; and small animals. NatureWalk’s extensive offerings allow you to tailor your sign topics specific to the habitats along your particular trail.
Panel topics include: Wild Turkeys, Migratory Birds, Great Horned Owl, Great Blue Egret, Canada Goose, Oak Trees, Maple Trees, Bees, Honey Bees, Wasps, Butterflies, Monarch Butterflies, Pollinators, Earth Worms, Red Fox, White-tailed Deer, Eastern Cottontail, Gray Squirrel, Racoons, Bats, Frogs and Toads, Crayfish, Garter Snakes and many, many more. Don’t see exactly what you’re looking for? Let us know.