(Revised by Prof. Charles D. Walcott, Secretary, Smithsonian Institution).
Know and name, referring to their proper strata, 50 native fossils, for coup; 100 for grand coup.
Know and name 50 minerals, for coup; or 100 for grand coup.
Know and name and describe the 14 great divisions of the earth's crust, according to Geikie, also define watershed, delta, drift, fault, glacier, terrace, stratum, dip, and identify 10 different kinds of rock, for coup. In addition to the first, define sediment metamorphic, anticlinal, synclinal, moraine, coal, metal, mineral, petroleum, and identify in all 20 kinds of rock, for grand coup.
(Revised by A. Radclyffe Dugmore, of Country Life in America, New York.) Make a good recognizable photograph of any wild bird larger than a robin, while on its nest, for coup.. With image 3 inches long for grand coup.
Make a good photograph of a Ruffed Grouse drumming, a Prairie chicken dancing, a Woodcock, or a Wild Turkey strutting, for grand coup.
Make a good recognizable photograph of a wild animal in the air, for coup, or grand coup, according to merit.
Ditto for a fish.
Get a good photograph of any large wild animal in its native surroundings, and not looking at you, for coup or grand coup, according to merit.
(As these are tests of woodcraft, menagerie animals do not count).