Boy Scout tours are no longer available at Graver
You will need to make copies of a Log Book for every scout to bring along on a field trip. (Adobe Acrobat Reader is needed to open these copy masters. A free version can be obtained at http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html)
Download Log Book copy masters:
Assemble the Log Book as follows:
Print out the copy
masters and arrange as shown.
Fold the papers in half so that the cover and back are on the outside and then staple.
5. Familiarize yourself with the Log Book and direct the scouts using the following directions:
Have the scouts divide into five groups.
6. Arrange for snacks, inclement weather, etc.
After the Field Trip:
the next meeting, review the material covered about endangered species during
*Windows on the Wild: Biodiversity Basics A Pennsylvania Supplement. Pennsylvania Game Commission. 2001 Elmerton Avenue Harrisburg, Pa 17110
Direct the boys towards additional activities they can do to help the environment and places they can visit. Click on this link for a list of conservation activity ideas and additional resources. Want to Help the Environment?
Virtual Cub Scout Rank Requirements Guide - "Bobcat to AOL and All Points
in Between !"
Books for Akela:
Dunning, Joan. Secrets of the Nest, The Family Life of North American Birds.
New York: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1994.
Rupp, Rebecca. Everything You Never Learned About Birds. North Adams, Massachusetts: Storey Books. 1995.
Books for Scouts:
Boring, Mel. Birds, Nests, and Eggs. Canhassen, Minnesota: North Wood Press 1996.
Golding, Augusta. Duck's Don't Get Wet. New York: Harper Collins Publishers 1995.
Jenkins, Priscilla Belz. A Nest Full of Eggs. New York: Harper Collins Publishers 1996
Still, Cathryn. About Birds, A Guide for Children. Atlanta, Georgia: Peachtree Publishers, Ltd. 1991.
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Last updated: 03/23/06