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Naturalist Activity Badge

How to earn your badge

1. Learn how to identify six different living things from two of these
categories:
That means you should have 12 examples in total.

2. Over three months, visit the same natural area at least four times. Take a note of the changes in the plants and wildlife that you see. You might visit a garden, hedgerow, canal, river lake or park. Make sure that you have an adult’s permission for the visits.
3. Learn the countryside code and how to follow it.
4. Choose one of these activities to do:

 

! For number 2, it must be agreed with an adult that a young person can visit a natural area. They must know where a young person is and how long they arr going to be.

When picking plants or berries for number 4, make sure you are 100% sure you know what it is and whether it's safe to eat. If you're not sure, don't eat it.


Flexibility

Each young person who participates in the Programme, including badges and awards, should face a similar degree of challenge, and requirements can be adapted according to each young person’s abilities.  For more information and practical tips see our guidance on flexibility

 

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