Leo the Bear
Leo is a self-made bear who grew up on a game preserve. It wasn't always fun and games but most of the time. Leo has a playful spirit and entertaining look at life what makes it beariffic. Made from rubberwood and meticulously sewn wool with a metal snap for easy removal 4 inches wide by 7 inches tall
Hippopotamus amphibius - Monaco Nature Encyclopedia
Bison. Bison are nomadic grazers and travel in herds. The bulls leave the herds of females at 2-3 years of age, and join a male herd which is generally smaller than the female herds. Mature bulls rarely travel alone. Towards the end of the summer, for the reproductive season, the sexes necessarily commingle. American bison are known for living in the Great Plains. Both species were hunted close to extinction during the 19-20th centuries, but have since rebounded. (V)
In the 1920 the name "woggle" was invented by Gidney, the first chief of Gilwell. Baden Powell suggested a special scarf slide to go with the Gilwell Scarf. In the early days of leader training, fire lighting by friction was very much a novelty and for many years was demonstrated on Wood Badge courses. A main piece of equipment was a length of leather thong. Using one of the fire lighting thongs, Bill Shankley, produced a two strand Turk's head slide that was adopted as the official "woggle"
Colorful fabrics digitally printed by Spoonflower - Mini Critters
Here come the minis! Order a fat quartes of this fabric, and you will receive enough to make one of each of the standard eight Wood Badge critters. Ordering a swatch of the current layout will give you a mini fox. If you would like a different critter on a swatch, or a fat quarter with several of the same critter, send me a message before ordering. For more Wood Badge fabrics: Wood Badge Collection I Wood Badge Collection II