Scout groups interested in discovering the Tijuana Estuary will find that they can earn a particular badge (i.e. Cub Scout Naturalist Badge) or fulfill a required project. Programs can either be guided by Reserve staff or self-guided by troop leaders or a combination of the two. Interested groups should call at least 4 weeks in advance to make a reservation and discuss with the education staff which badge they are trying to earn. Programs are generally 1 – 1.5 hours in length. Binoculars are provided for the group to use. Programs are provided FREE of charge.
Below are some of the Scout badges or requirements that can be fulfilled at the Tijuana Estuary:
- Cub Scouts:
Wildlife Conservation Belt Loop
- Brownie Try Its:
- Junior Badges:
Animal Habitats (aMuse Journey Badge)
Certain requirements for the following badges can be met: Plants and Animals, Water Wonders, Your Outdoor Surroundings
- Please call the Education Department regarding service projects for Boy Scouts and Girl Scout Cadettes, Ambassadors, and Seniors.
To schedule a visit:
Visit days: Monday – Friday, and 3rd Saturday afternoons are encouraged.
Lorena Warner-Lara, lorena.warner-lara(at)parks.ca.gov
Marya Ahmad, marya.ahmad(at)parks.ca.gov