Boy Scout Archives: Fish and Wildlife Management Merit Badge

Fish and Wildlife Management Merit BadgeWildlife management is the science and art of managing the wildlife – both animals and fish – with which we share our planet. Maintaining the proper balance and the dynamics that go with it requires humankind’s attention. We use this stewardship tool to help minimize or eradicate the possibility of extinction of any given species. We want our descendants to have the opportunity to experience the same animal diversity that we now enjoy.

Requirements for the Fish and Wildlife Management Merit Badge


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