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Animal Habitats Badge -- Junior Girl Scout Badge Ideas

Requirements to earn Animal Habitats Junior Badge-- Step 1: Find out about wild animals. Step 2: Investigate and animal habitat. Step 3: Create and animal house. Step 4: Explore endangered habitats. Step 5. Help protect animal habitats.

Animal Habitats Badge -- Junior Girl Scout Badge Ideas

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Make a Cheerios Bird Treat Wreath. This and many more winter activities on

Make Cardboard Tube Bird Feeders to keep our feathered friends happy this winter. Instructions for this and other bird feeding projects on

What to pack for #The3Day. Click through for a full list! #60miles

How to Make Butterfly Nectar - Make a quick and simple butterfly nectar recipe to draw butterflies into your garden.

cub scouts animal prints, good for girl scout outdoor program

These would be super cute to make at camp. Relates to nature/outside/camp experience.

What should you do if you see a wild animal? Helpful blog to before you go camping or hiking.

Wow! 12 word searches to learn about Animal Habitats. From

Good blog for helping you make this badge fun. From

Animal Habitat Badge in a Bag® from Five fun projects to earn this badge.

Old MacDonald's Farm Felt Puppets - No Sew with links to free patterns for 9 puppets

Make A Nest Supply Center

Recycled Milk Carton Owl Bird Feeder

Recycled Can and Rope Birdfeeder

Recycled Bird Feeder to provide our feathered friends with special treats. More Earth Day crafts on

Download complete requirements for all levels of girls scout badges.

  • Stephanie Beaty
    Stephanie Beaty

    This is a tremendous help - thanks!

  • Michelle Edgar
    Michelle Edgar

    This is an awesome site! THANK YOU! So thrilled to be able to see requirements without having to purchase the material first.'

  • Dawn Cusack
    Dawn Cusack

    Site no longer available for badge books. Does have lots of games and crafts.

Junior Girl Scout Badge - Animal Habitat. Imagine meeting a monkey or kicking up dust with a kangaroo. These animals live in the wild, so we don't get to spend time with them in their natural homes—their habitats. But that doesn't mean we can't find out more about where they live, how they play, and how we can help them!

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IFAW (the International Fund for Animal Welfare) saves individual animals, animal populations and habitats all over the world. With projects in more than 40 countries, IFAW provides hands-on assistance to animals in need, whether it's dogs and cats, wildlife and livestock, or rescuing animals in the wake of disasters.

Wonderful nature small world play :: frog life cycle. Great loose parts play for science and nature study and sensory play.

Love this idea! For the first day of spring. Birds will take yarn and weave them into their nests!!

Make a Bird Feeder. Help keep your birds around with this craft. See for more.

Easy Flowered Birdhouse. Just paint the pieces then snap together. Available at

Foam Craft Stick Birdhouse. Make a birdhouse for your neighborhood birds! From

Safari Puppets. Use these while learning about animal habitats. More from