Timberwolf

Traditional Scouting for Everyone

The Timberwolf section is open to youth of all genders, aged 8–10 (grades 3 through 5). The Timberwolf Section is referred to as a Pack; the smaller group is known as a Six. 

The Timberwolf program is focused on hands-on outdoor skills, meaningful community service, and the strengthening of the Pack. 

All adult leaders must register with BPSA as Rovers and complete a Brownsea Training Course within their first year of membership. A minimum of two registered adult leaders is required whenever youth scouts are present.

Resources:

BPSA Timberwolf Handbook – online handbook for all Timberwolf scouts. Print version pending. 

BPSA TImberwolf Ceremonies — Jungle Book concept ; Forest concept 

Uniforms and Badges:

Timberwolf Uniform – The current official uniform shirt & cap for all Timberwolf Scouts.
Timberwolf Badges & Awards – Must be ordered by GSMs or Scoutmasters (Section Leaders) ONLY.

BPSA MISSION

We welcome everyone, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion (or no-religion) or other differentiating factors. Our mission is to provide a positive learning environment within the context of democratic participation and social justice. We foster the development of scouts in an environment of mutual respect and cooperation.