Boy Scouts

Find the Explorer in You

Cub & Boy Scout Badge Programs 2017-2018

  •  Cost: Our fees have changed!

    • $12 per Scout + 1 adult 

    • $8.80 for each additional adult

    • $6.40 per sibling (non-participant).

  • Price is per program and includes zoo admission.

  • Pre-registration required.


Please click on the program you are interested in for more information and to register.

October 28, 2017

Tiger

Wolf

10-Noon

2:00-4:00

10-Noon

2:00-4:00

Games Tigers Play

My Tiger Jungle

Call of the Wild

Council Fire

 

November 18, 2017

Bear

Webelos

Boy Scouts

10-Noon

2:00-4:00

10-Noon

2:00-4:00

10:00-Noon

2:00-4:00

Fur Feathers and Ferns

Bear Necessities

Building a Better World

Walkabout

*Fish and Wildlife Management

 *earn Fish/Wildlife Management, Citizenship of the World, and Environmental Science to earn your World Conservation Award. See schedule for other workshops.

Mammal Study

 

December 9, 2017

Webelos

Boy Scouts

10-Noon

2:00-4:00

10:00-Noon

2:00-4:00

Building a Better World

Outdoorsman

(Option B)

Environmental Science

(completes req. 1,2,4,5,6)

*earn Fish/Wildlife Management, Citizenship of the World, and Environmental Science to earn your World Conservation Award. See schedule to register.

Environmental Science

(completes req. 3a-g)

*earn Fish/Wildlife Management, Citizenship of the World, and Environmental Science to earn your World Conservation Award. See schedule to register for other workshops..

 


 

OVERNIGHT PROGRAMS

Animal Engineers – All Cub and Boy Scouts

Friday, November 10, 7:00pm – 9:00am

Did you know that animals are engineers too? They design and build their homes with strength and safety in mind. When we think of the ultimate animal engineer, the beaver comes to mind, but other wild critters are amazing builders too. Termites raise towers, bees build factories, birds construct apartments, and prairie dogs lay highways…just to name a few. Come join the Oklahoma City Zoo as we explore amazing animal engineers and their construction projects.

Cost: $35/Scout, $20/Adult. Evening snack and light breakfast of cereal, yogurt, milk and juice will be provided.

 


REGISTRATION OPENING IN NOVEMBER 2017 FOR THE SPRING PROGRAMS LISTED BELOW

 

January 20, 2018

Tiger

Wolf

10-Noon

2:00-4:00

10:00-Noon

2:00-4:00

Tigers Bites

Stories in Shapes

Paws on the Path.

Cubs Who Care

 

February 10, 2017

Bears

Boy Scouts

10-Noon

2:00-4:00

10:00-Noon

2:00-4:00

Paws for Action

Critter Care

Citizenship in the Nation

*Citizenship in the World

 *earn Fish/Wildlife Management, Citizenship of the World, and Environmental Science to earn your World Conservation Award. See schedule to register for other workshops.

 

March 10, 2018

Webelos

Boy Scouts

10-Noon

2:00-4:00

10:00-Noon

2:00-4:00

Aware and Care

Outdoorsman

(Option B)

Environmental Science

(completes req. 1,2,3,4,5,6)

*earn Fish/Wildlife Management, Citizenship of the World, and Environmental Science to earn your World Conservation Award. See schedule to register for other workshops.

 

Environmental Science

(completes req. 3a-g)

*earn Fish/Wildlife Management, Citizenship of the World, and Environmental Science to earn your World Conservation Award. See schedule to register for other workshops.

 

April 14, 2018

Tigers

Bears

Boy Scouts

10-Noon

2:00-4:00

10-Noon

2:00-4:00

10:00-Noon

2:00-4:00

Tigers in the Wild

Curiosity, Intrigue, and Magical Mysteries

Beat of the Drum

Bear Goes Fishing

Bird Study

Oceanography

 

May 5, 2018

Wolf

Webelos

Boy Scouts

10-Noon

2:00-4:00

10-Noon

2:00-4:00

10:00-Noon

2:00-4:00

Germs Alive!

Grow Something!

Into the Woods

Into the Wild

Reptile and Amphibian Study

Nature

 


 

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