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Collect Park Badges

Freshen up your web site, Facebook page, or MySpace page with badges that feature the national parks you've visited. You can play around with a sample version to the left, or follow the directions below to get your own copy:

  1. Click Get & Share at the bottom of the sample and follow the directions to add the badge application to one of the services.
  2. Once the application has been installed, click on "+Add Badges" to select a park you have visited. Use the date pulldown to select the year you visited the park and then click "Add to My List".
  3. Once you've finished adding the parks you've visited, click "Save & Display".
  4. The first time you use the application, it will ask you to fill in a username and password. Please write this information down — there is no way to restore your ability to make changes if you forget the username and password.
  5. To add more parks, simply click "+Add Badges" again. Note: if you update the application from a different computer, the application will ask you for your username and password at this time.
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