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Girl Scouts

Girl Scout Programs-

Daisies:

  • 3 Cheers for Animals (Bird bath & Robin awards)

  • Outdoor Art Maker

  • Eco Learner

Brownies:

  • Senses Safari

  • Bugs!

  • W.O.W. (Love water & Save water awards)

  • Outdoor Adventurer

  • Hiker

  • Letterboxing

  • Eco Friend

Juniors:

  • Gardener

  • Geocaching

  • Animal Habitats

  • Eco Camper *everything but the camp fire unless you have a location that has a place for it.

Cadettes:

  • Trees

  • Animal Helpers

All levels:

  • Wetland Detective – Scouts will learn the importance of the wetlands and all that the wetlands provide for us. They will learn how to take action to save the wetlands and teach others their importance.

  • Citizen Science Sampler - Learn about what scientists do and see how you can do science in your own backyards and communities by participating in a sampler of citizen science projects.

Meeting Visits

We bring 4 of our animal ambassadors to your scouts for an educational and fun 45 minute program.  The program involves hands on involvement, questions and discussing information such as wildlife conservation, animal adaptations, animal differences, geography, cool facts about each  animal ambassador, and a Q & A session after.

 


Boy Scouts

Boy Scout Programs-

  • Tiger Adventures. Explore your area and find living things, both big and small, or signs they were there. Scouts will examine what they find on a one foot hike with magnifying glasses to think really small. They will look to the sky to identify birds and down on the ground to identify plants. Covers Backyard Jungle #1, #2, #5 and Tigers in the Wild #4, #6 and #7.

  • Wolf Adventures. Learn about animals, bugs and birds. Go on a one-mile hike and put your ID skills to the test. Learn how to reduce, reuse, and recycle to lessen our impact on the planet. Covers Call of the Wild #3, Council Fire #6A, Paws on the Path #6, & #7

  • Bear Adventures. Go for a hike and look for signs of animals, birds and plants on this Required Adventure. Look for signs of wildlife outside. Do you know who’s endangered and why? Investigate the species that no longer live here and have a closer look at plants with a magnifying glass. Covers requirements #1 - #4 in Fur, Feathers, and Ferns.

  • Webelos Adventures. Learn about birds and flyways, and practice your bird watching skills. Play the food chain game, and think about different parts that humans play. Explore an ecosystems and talk about the importance of it for us and the organisms that call it home. Covers requirements #4—#8 from Into the Wild.

All levels:

  • Wetland Detective – Scouts will learn the importance of the wetlands and all that the wetlands provide for us. They will learn how to take action to save the wetlands and teach others their importance.

Meeting Visits

We bring 4 of our animal ambassadors to your scouts for an educational and fun 45 minute program.  The program involves hands on involvement, questions and discussing information such as wildlife conservation, animal adaptations, animal differences, geography, cool facts about each animal ambassador, and a Q & A session after. 


Pricing 

Badge programs— $8 per scout with animals or $6 per scout without animals. Does not include badge. Lasts 1.5 hours.  

Wetland Detective program—$12 per scout. Includes fun patch. Lasts 1.5 hrs.

45 Minute Meeting Visit—$5 per scout.

  • Minimum of 10 scouts required per program.

  • Costs include: Hands-on activities to complete badge work.

  • Animals cannot be brought to any outdoor locations if the temperature is under 55 degrees.

  • We travel to the following parishes: St. Tammany, Orleans, Jefferson, Washington, Tangipahoa, St. Bernard and MS counties: Harrison, Pearl River, Hancock to conduct programs. If you are outside this area, we will come out if a minimum of 2 programs are booked on the same day.

  • Can't think of a location? We can teach a program at Camp Salmen in Slidell, Northlake Nature Center in Mandeville, or City Park in New Orleans.