Earn your Fish & Wildlife Management Merit Badge at SeaWorld! You’ll get the incredible opportunity to get up-close to animals and learn directly from the experts that care for them. A guide book leads the way as you explore the park and get an inside glimpse at how SeaWorld cares for animals and habitats at the park and around the world.
SeaWorld’s Boy Scout Merit Badge Program is limited to 700 participants and registration is required. The registration fee includes: the Merit Badge Program, all day SeaWorld admission, and one meal voucher. To attend, scouts must be an active member of a Boy Scout Troop, Team, Ship, or Crew. Adults attending must be a BSA unit member, guardian, or family member of an attending Scout.
This unique program fulfills all of the requirements to earn the Fish & Wildlife Management Merit Badge. Scouts are expected to actively listen and participate to earn this badge. The following prerequisite must be completed before arriving at SeaWorld: Fish & Wildlife Management #5.
- Each Boy Scout must wear official Scout Class A’s uniform (or Venture Crew’s uniform).
- Each troop or individual scout must be accompanied and supervised by an adult using a ratio of one (1) adult for a scout attending on their own or two (2) adults per scout patrol or troop.
- Bring: (a) A Scoutmaster signed BLUE card for the Merit Badges (b) Appropriate Merit Badge Pamphlet (c) Pen.
- Each Scout must bring proof of completion for all prerequisite requirements (above). Photos will be accepted as proof of completion where appropriate.
- This is an outdoor walking event, so please remember your hat, water bottle, day-pack, walking shoes, and sunscreen.
- Scouts who cannot afford the registration fee should contact BSA Council about available scholarships. Scouts who earn the Fish & Wildlife Management Merit Badge are one step closer to earning other BSA Advanced Awards including: World Conservation Award, Hornaday Award, STEM Awards, and the National Outdoor Awards.