Developed in conjunction with BSA® curriculum for standardized wilderness first-aid training, this pocket-sized guide is a vital resource for back-country travel. Just one of author Buck Tilton's many FalconGuides, this manual addresses a comprehensive listing of routine and emergency health crises. Tilton is the cofounder of the Wilderness Medicine Institute of the National Outdoor Leadership School in Wyoming. Learn More
A must-have for fans of this National Geographic "Mysteries In Our National Parks" series, this book also stands alone as a suspenseful survival story.
This series treats readers to the adventures of brother-sister sleuths: Jack and Ashley Landon. Traveling with their mother, Olivia, a wildlife biologist, and their father, Steven, a nature photographer, they visit magnificent National Parks where they always seem to stumble upon a puzzle that only they can solve. These adventures will keep kids on the edge of their seats while they learn about our country’s natural heritage and the role we all have in understanding and protecting it for the future. Learn More
Whether you are fishing for supper, pitching a tent, or sharing camp stories, nothing could be more exhilarating than being in the open air with your buddies, putting your outdoor skills to the test. The Camping merit badge tells you how. Learn More
Camping is one of the best-known methods of the Scouting movement. When he founded the Scouting movement in the early 1900s, Robert Baden-Powell encouraged every Scout to learn the art of living out-of-doors. He believed a young person able to take care of himself while camping would have the confidence to meet life’s other challenges, too. Learn More