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# In the field, if possible, identify 20 species in any category of your choice: mammals, reptiles, fish, plants, birds, trees, butterflies, moths, or other insects. Know the habitat, migratory patterns, distinctive behaviour, and life cycle of each species in the category you have chosen.
 
# In the field, if possible, identify 20 species in any category of your choice: mammals, reptiles, fish, plants, birds, trees, butterflies, moths, or other insects. Know the habitat, migratory patterns, distinctive behaviour, and life cycle of each species in the category you have chosen.
  
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Latest revision as of 17:23, 16 September 2016

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Purpose

Demonstrate your knowledge and skill in the field of natural science with emphasis on outdoor activity.

Requirements

  1. In a presentation of your choosing, explain the meaning of: balance of nature, migration, life cycle, niche, community and food web.
  2. Identify 15 trees or shrubs, 10 non-woody plants, 10 birds, and 10 mammals native to your area.
  3. In the field, if possible, identify 20 species in any category of your choice: mammals, reptiles, fish, plants, birds, trees, butterflies, moths, or other insects. Know the habitat, migratory patterns, distinctive behaviour, and life cycle of each species in the category you have chosen.
Pre-2011 version

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Under the program revitalization effort of the Canadian Path, this article is no longer be applicable to the current program.
It remains here for reference purposes only.
For information on items replacing this topic, see Personal Achievement Badges - Scouts.