During the early years of the Scouting Movement, Lord Baden-Powell would give the Silver Wolf to scouters who had given outstanding service to the development of Scouting in their country. Even though it was a valued award it was still considered a British award. In 1934, with Baden-Powell’s approval, the International Committee created the award of the Bronze Wolf to recognize these scouters. The first of these awards was presented to Lord Baden-Powell. The Bronze Wolf is the only award made by the World Scout Committee. It is given solely in recognition of outstanding services by an individual to the World Scout Movement.
The Silver World Award is presented by the Boy Scouts of
The Silver Antelope Award is the regional-level distinguished
service award of the Boy Scout of
The Silver Beaver Award is the council-level distinguished
service award of the Boy Scouts of