Kids | Family
Join nationally recognized Environmental Education Park Ranger and Naturalist Jerry Hightower along with the National Park Service Volunteer Naturalist Staff for an exciting afternoon of adventure, discovery, and fun. Participating scouts will learn to identify poisonous plants and animals, common forest trees, native plants beneficial to wildlife, and more. Everyone can view native wildlife, discover the amazing benefits of our forests, and learn new, fascinating facts about our natural world. Participating scouts can complete the requirements needed to earn the Forester Badge and/or the Naturalist Badge. A National Park Service Certificate of Achievement will be awarded for each badge. Scouts will earn four hours toward receiving their National Park Service Resource Stewardship Scout Ranger Patch and scouts that stay and participate in the Scouting The Chattahoochee Campfire will be awarded the Scout Ranger Certificate and Patch at the conclusion of the Owl Prowl. The entire family is invited.
Scout leaders will receive resources for use with the den and pack. Everyone will receive a Chattahoochee River Naturalist Journal. Parents and siblings are invited to participate in the activities or relax and enjoy the Environmental Education Center's deck, forest, meadow, pond, and the beautiful Chattahoochee River. FREE