The sound of birdsong, surrounded by trees, mud underfoot, it feels good to be in the wild.
You should be aiming to work towards this badge over 6 to 12 months.
How to earn your badge:
Demonstrate your interest in the natural world by regularly taking part in relevant activities and using a variety of study and conservation techniques over a period of time.
Show how you’ve improved and developed your skills.
Share skills in recording and observing the natural world with a group of young people.
Take an in-depth look at how human activity is affecting the natural world, particularly pollution, deforestation and new farming techniques.
Demonstrate a good knowledge of natural history terminology, particularly local animal and plant species along with other specialist words.
Requirements can be adapted to suit each young persons abilities. See our guidance on flexibility.