Find a wild animal that's sharing cycle path. How long can you track it for?
Find something hard, soft, sticky, crumbly, silly, cool, brown, tiny, massive, smelly, mean, round, flat, strange, normal, straight, flying, underneath and something new.
Imagine all the things around you have never been discovered before. What would you name them? Start a small field notebook and fill it with sketches of your newly named findings.
Photograph evidence of where a non-native plant or animal has invaded a local ecosystem. Produce a ‘spotter’s guide’ to these invasive species.
Explore from a bug’s-eye view. Take photos of a place close-up to make a tiny place look like a whole new world or ecosystem. Can you find the hidden jungle in your backyard or playground?
Foxes, deer, sheep, and wheelie bins can all leave trails. Find one and track down its owner.
Find, stalk and photograph every producer and consumer in a food chain.
Buy ingredients for a meal from your local farmer’s market.
Use an icicle to become a unicorn, narwhale or other creature with one horn.Write a comic strip that tells the story of your uni-horned adventure, starting from the place you first find the icicle.
Carry out a dog survey in two different parks.