Outdoor Skills and Adventures
Links and additional resources to accompany Basic Outdoor Skills trainings -- Please visit my new site at www.thevirtualvolunteer.com as my Scout Mom domain will soon be lost.
How to Build a Campfire
Animal Track ID Cards- What wild animals have been lurking around your farmyard? Use these clues to help track down the answer. Simply download, print and cut out the animal-track identification cards below, and you’re ready to jump on the case. cub scout, animal tracks, animal tracking, camping cards, anim track, camp idea, cut outs, fun camp, hobby farm animals
Animal Track ID Cards for explorers' packs
Step by Step Leave No Trace Ethics Explained!
Orajel will stop mosquito bites from itching immediately. -- Must remember this... camping season is getting close!
Natural Cures For Poison Ivy - Ways To Treat Poison Ivy | Home Remedies, Natural Remedy water, vinegar, water then soda. Echinacea is a powerful antibiotic. It can be used to prevent the rashes caused by poison ivy from becoming infected poison ivi, idea, homeopathic poison ivy, healthi, natur cure, medicin, cures for poison ivy, poisons, cure for poison ivy
Natural Cures For Poison Ivy
Guide to Spider Bites | 22 Absolutely Essential Diagrams You Need For Camping (I would rather not think about this, but it's good info to have.)
Transform flipflops into animal track shoes using a hot glue gun and sheets of coloured craft foam.
How to Make a Survival Bracelet In an emergency, you can use paracord for lashings, tourniquets, shoelaces, snares, tying splints, or, if you tease out the threads, even fishing lines and sewing threads. This bracelet lets you carry a useful amount at all times. WHAT YOU'LL NEED: scissors, a lighter, a tape measure, and 10 feet of 550 paracord. Text and photos by Bill Wachholder surviv band, stuff, outdoor, survival bracelets, homes, dips, dip recipes, surviv bracelet
Snake Identification Yellow on black friend of Jack. Red on Yellow will kill a fellow. (one exception). Know your pit viper families. Non poisonous snakes, can be nasty biters. If you don't know them don't get near them. If you do, make sure you really know your snakes :-) They are not pets, they live in the wild. Please don't domesticate North American Snakes. surviving in the wild, anim, snake identification, stuff, camping survival, poisonous snakes, outdoor survival, scout camp, pet outdoor
Animal tracks: We could have used this a few times while camping.
~PDF files of leaf/needle/seed/bark identification. It is amazing to me that so many people cannot tell what kind of tree they may be dealing with by just looking at the leaves... This really is essential information. homeschool garden, homeschool posters, garden ideas, science posters, leav, homeschool trees, download poster, tree identification, nature study
Leaves and Needles - Life of the Forest
Seeds International Paper - Life of the Forest