Scouts ~ come to WILD WEEKEND
Saturday, April 25th
11am-3pm, $5 per person
- Zoo Atlanta Animal Shows at 11:00am and at 1:00pm
- Scout Badge Activities - BS WIldlife Conservation and Collecting belt loops, GS Bugs badge
- Interactive Learning Stations
- Bug Tent, Nature Themed Crafts, Giant Bubbles
- Face Painting, and more!
Come rain or shine! [read more about Wild Weekend]
SCOUTING PROGRAMS at AUTREY MILL include:
- SCOUT DAY[details]
- Badge programs for Brownies, J. Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts,
- Badge activities at Autrey Mill events,
- Boy Scout Merit Badge programs - January 31 and May 2
- Eagle Scout projects
Autrey Mill and Scouts also work together on projects to maintain our trails and keep Sal's Creek clean. And Autrey Mill benefits from donations of items from local Scout groups.
Schedule a Scout ProgramScout programs are designed to allow scouts to earn a badge, participate in an elective, or engage in a similar activity for their scout level.
The following 7 programs are each approximately 60 minutes in length and can be scheduled Tuesday-Friday at 3:00 or 4:00pm, with an option to schedule Saturdays between 11:00am-3:00pm. Here's how to schedule a Scout program
Program Cost: $7.00 per scout with a $42 minimum (includes Autrey Mill's patch for each scout)
|Tiger Cub Elective - Feed the Birds||Daisies - Using Resources Wisely|
|Bear Achievement - Sharing Your World With Wildlife||Brownie - Hiker|
|Wolf Cub Elective - Outdoor Adventure / Birds||Junior Girl Scout - Playing the Past|
|Webelos Activity Badge - Naturalist||Cadette Girl Scouts - Naturalist: Tree Badge|
Boy Scout REPTILE and AMPHIBIAN Merit Badge Workshop
Saturday, January 31
$25 per Scout
Boy Scout INSECT STUDY Merit Badge Workshop
Saturday, May 2
$25 per Scout.
These programs will guide Boy Scouts through the majority of the requirements to earn a merit badge.
Bring a packed lunch and the Scout worksheet to the program.
Pre-Registration required as class size is limited.
SCOUT DAY is a wonderful opportunity for Scouts to earn a badge, patch, belt loop, etc. Participants receive a 'passport' when they pay their entry fee. This passport guides them through the various stations set up around the preserve, where they can perform activities toward earning a badge, belt loop, etc. Activities are targeted for Cub Scouts, Brownies, and Jr. Girl Scouts. Scouts may attend singly or with their den or troop, but parents or scout leaders are required to stay with the students.
2015 Scout Day coming in November
Autrey Mill is proud and appreciative of the many Eagle Scout projects that have added so much to the preserve over its 25 year history..
A total of 13 projects were completed with over 1,795 volunteer hours. Read more about Eagle Scout projects at Autrey Mill
Consider having your Scout group make a donation
to Autrey Mill.
Donations like this save Autrey Mill money and
use our limited resources to fund the operation
of Autrey Mill and the preservation of its natural
environment and history. Contact us to make a donation.