Beaver Scout Uniform

The Beaver uniform is blue and brown. These colours symbolize colours of nature; brown for the earth and the Beaver’s fur coat and blue for the clear sky and the fresh sparkling water.

A Beaver should be taught at the outset to respect his uniform and to wear it proudly. The Beaver should be encouraged to wear the full uniform after investiture. Our Colony requires that a full uniform be worn by all members as shown below:

Additional uniform information can be found on the main Scouts Canada Uniform page.

Your necker is the symbol of 6th Dundas Cub Scouts. The necker is rolled from the hypoteneuse towards the 45-degree point.  If you have any questions, please contact us.

The Area and Council Crests are specific to our Area (Hamilton Wentworth) and our Council (Battlefields) within Scouts Canada. They help identify our youth and Scouters in Provincial, National and International events.

Our 6th Dundas crest is affixed to the right front of the uniform.

6th Dundas requires: Beaver Vest, Beaver Hat, Beaver T-Shirt, Beaver Pond Map, 6th Dundas Necker

If you are new to 6th Dundas Scouting, a $15.00 deposit is required for use of the necker – this is returned when the necker is returned in usable well kept condition at the end of your involvement with 6th Dundas Scouting.

 Pay your Necker Deposit online or with Cash to your Section Scouter.