Scout Program Details
What: Hands-on activities and an
steward ship, research and citizen science, and community projects.
nature, focusing on birds, other wildlife, and their habitats. We achieve our mission through education, advocacy, land
The mission of Audubon Greenwich is to motivate our community to engage in the conservation, restoration, and enjoyment of
Greenwich, CT 06831
613 Riversville Road
outdoor hike. If a program that
you’re interested in isn’t listed,
let us know and we’ll do our best
to plan accordingly.
When: Monday through Friday after Girl & Boy Scout
school. Saturday dates are
subject to staff availability;
1.5 to 2 hours.
Cost: $8 per scout; $5 for siblings
$55 minimum fee
For best availability, please plan
at least 30 days in advance.
Step 1: Choose your program(s) and pick 2-3
dates from your scout calendar. Outdoor-Environmental
Step 2: E-mail the Scout Program Coordinator, Programs for Scouts
James Flynn at firstname.lastname@example.org or call
(203) 869-5272 x224 with the following
information: Audubon Greenwich is proud to
help Girl and Boy Scouts enjoy the outdoors
1. Troop number & mailing address/email and fulfill requirements needed for badges
2. Number and age/grade of scouts and merits. We achieve this by providing
3. Time of arrival hands-on, outdoor programs that
4. Preferred program(s) and date(s)
promote environmental awareness.
•You will receive notification
confirming date availability.
Tiger Cub Scouts Bear Scouts Brownie Girl Scouts
Grade 1 Grade 3 Ages 6-8
Sharing Your World with Wildlife Animals • Earth and Sky • Eco-Explorer
Conservation • Lets Go Outdoors Water and Soil Conservation Outdoor Adventurer • Watching Wildlife
Fun Outdoors • Learn About Animals
Webelo Scouts Junior Girl Scouts
Wolf Scouts Grades 4 & 5 Ages 8-11
Forester • Geologist • Naturalist Earth Connections • Outdoor Fun
Birds • Outdoor Adventure
Outdoorsman • Conservation project Hiker • Finding Your Way • Wildlife
Your Living World
• Your Outdoor Surroundings