Choose two kinds of bird that you can see in a park or on a wire. Ask passers by which of the two birds they like most and why. Are people prejudiced against one of the birds?
Medium. Keep your wits about you, anything could happen.
Always get permission before talking to people you don't know. It's best to do this in a team too. Standing directly under trees runs a tiny risk: six people die every year in the UK because of falling branches; that's a one in 20 million chance it could happen to you. The most deadly things around here are probably cars - luckily birds can't drive.
Doing missions on this website can be dangerous. Always get permission before exploring and make sure your plans are reasonably safe. A place that is safe one moment can become dodgy the next so keep your wits about you. We cannot take any responsibility for any injuries or harmful effects resulting from your actions. It's your job to survive your explorations intact.
To increase your chances of success complete our training and safety tips before starting. That way you are more likely to win points and keep your head on.
Mission Id: 2143