Looking for a fun way to earn a Scout badge? Love animals? Then Rescue Ranch Scout Programs are for you and your troop!
Each program is 1.5 hours long and includes at least two hands-on animal encounters and activities. Programs meet most, if not all, badge requirements.
The cost of the program is $7.50 per Scout and/or sibling* and $5.00 per parent.
We also have Rescue Ranch patches available. They are $2.50 if purchased with a program and $5 if purchased separately.
*We recommend that siblings be 5 years or older to attend
2017-2018 Scout Program Dates:
- September 16 - Daisy/Brownie
- October 21 - Tiger/Wolf
- November 18 - Junior/Cadette
- January 20 - Daisy/Brownie
- February 17 - Bear/Webelos
- March 10 - Daisy/Brownie
- April 14 - Tiger/Wolf
- May 12 - Junior/Cadette
- June 2 - Bear/Webelos
If you are interested in a program listed above, please contact our Humane Education Manager at email@example.com or 704.688.0909
Girl Scout Badges Offered:
*3 Cheers for Animals Journey – Girls learn how to care for themselves as well as for the animals.
*Pets - Learn about different animals and why or why not they would make good pets. See, feel, and feed some of our local animals as you learn proper care of a pet.
*Add on the Give Back Badge to any of the above Brownie programs. Contact us for more information.
*Animal Habitats – Discover what animals live in North Carolina and where. Investigate an animal habitat. Learn what animals need to survive in order to create the proper habitat for a given animal through hands on animal encounters.
*Animal Helpers – Learn about animals in history. Experience how animals help people through hands on time with the animals and interactive games.
Cub Scout Badges Offered:
*Tigers in the Wild – Scouts learn about animal tracks and poison ivy and will take a hike to find each of them. When they return to the building, they will meet some of our resident animals to learn interesting facts about them as well.
*Paws on the Path – Scouts will take a hike to find birds and bugs that live in our area. They will then be able to meet the birds and bugs that live on site as well as some other exotic animals.
*Fur, Feathers, and Ferns– Scouts will be able to identify extinct or endangered animals in North Carolina and observe wildlife from a distance. They will also learn about and interact with animals who reside at Rescue Ranch.
*Webelos Walkabout–Scouts will learn the difference between venomous and non-venomous reptiles. They will be able to interact with many non-venomous reptiles we have on site including snakes and lizards.