The National Trust, the Natural History Museum and The Wildlife Trusts
The National Trust, the Natural History Museum and The Wildlife Trusts are delighted to support the Cub Naturalist Activity Badge by promoting fun and inspiring activities to discover nature on your doorstep.
The National Trust and The Wildlife Trusts between them look after vast areas of our stunning countryside and coastline, as well as urban green spaces, which are home to an incredible diversity of wildlife. The Natural History Museum cares for over 70 million specimens of plants, animals, fossils, rocks and minerals enabling us to learn more about the natural world.
Through their combined networks this partnership can fulfil a commitment to enthusing young nature lovers so they in turn can help us promote and conserve our natural environment for future generations. By pooling our resources the partnership can support access to local nature, contact with experts and practitioners and the opportunity to take part in real science and conservation projects.
New Naturalist Badge pack
The National Trust, the Natural History Museum and The Wildlife Trusts have produced a new downloadable activity pack to help cubs work towards their Naturalist Activity badge. Activities include sampling pond life, spotting bugs and tempting birds into your garden with some tasty treats.
Notes for leaders
Additional resources for these activities are available here
Scout Activity Centres
Where better for your next adventure than at one of our Scout Activity Centres?
There are loads of ways to get involved and help Scouting.