Leslie's historic UK Guide Badge Syllabuses

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1938 Edition - Sea Sense (Sea Ranger Handbook) - this badge is available embroidered in blue, for Sea Rangers.

1938 Edition - Sea Sense (Sea Ranger handbook)


Sea

1) Now the normal extent of high and low tide on her own shore, and the causes of unusual tides.

2) Know the normal extent of high and low tide on her own shore, and the causes of unusual tides.

3) Make a collection of local sea weeds and now where they grow.

4) Show a list of birds seen on shore or water, with dates.  Recognise them in flight and know their plumage changes.

5) Collect and name 20 shells; explain the connection between their form and mode of life.

6) Make a special study of one rock pool and describe the habits of the creatures in it; or

Make a survey of a strip of shore, from above high water mark to low water mark.

7) Recognise six tracks on the shore; or

Find and name 10 plans peculiar to the shore or salt marsh.

8) At the test, identify on the shore six aquatic creatures (jelly fish, star fish, anemone, etc.)

River or Inland Water

1) Have a general idea of the course of a local river from the source to the mouth, and know any industries dependent on it.

2) Make a survey of one mile of a river and its banks.

3) Observe and describe the habits of six underwater creatures.

4) Show a list of birds seen on or by the water, with dates and personal observations on the habits of six of them.

5) Recognise five tracks on a bank.

6) Find and name six plants that grow in the water, and 20 that grow on the banks.

1939 POR - Water Naturalist Badge


In the case of Sea Rangers, the Sea or River clause should be taken.


Sea

1) Now the normal extent of high and low tide on her own shore, and the causes of unusual tides.

2) Know the normal extent of high and low tide on her own shore, and the causes of unusual tides.

3) Make a collection of local sea weeds and now where they grow.

4) Show a list of birds seen on shore or water, with dates.  Recognise them in flight and know their plumage changes.

5) Collect and name 20 shells; explain the connection between their form and mode of life.

6) Make a special study of one rock pool and describe the habits of the creatures in it; or

Make a survey of a strip of shore, from above high water mark to low water mark.

7) Recognise six tracks on the shore; or

Find and name 10 plans peculiar to the shore or salt marsh.

8) At the test, identify on the shore six aquatic creatures (jelly fish, star fish, anemone, etc.)

River or Inland Water

1) Have a general idea of the course of a local river from the source to the mouth, and know any industries dependent on it.

2) Make a survey of one mile of a river and its banks.

3) Observe and describe the habits of six underwater creatures.

4) Show a list of birds seen on or by the water, with dates and personal observations on the habits of six of them.

5) Recognise five tracks on a bank.

6) Find and name six plants that grow in the water, and 20 that grow on the banks.

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