Climb a flat horizontal surface.
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?
Find a wild animal. How long can you follow it for?
Walk from the most to the least: exciting, interesting, stressed, restricting, green and then happy parts of a local place.
Go pond-dipping and identify what you find. Submit your results online and discover the health of your pond.
Go outside and off-street with your art skills and leave a tag or mural in a wood, on a field or up a tree.
Be a statue.
Travel around the edges of a park. Find something to value in the margins.
Hide your identity by wearing a hoodie. Secretly do some good, making sure that nobody sees who you are.
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?