Photograph evidence of where a non-native plant or animal has invaded a local ecosystem. Produce a ‘spotter’s guide’ to these invasive species.
Animate a place by moving things in it lots times and taking a single picture after each small movement.
Sit on the bench and imagine you own the farm in front of you. What would you grow? What animals or vegetables would be banned?
Thank a bee on this bridge for playing its part in pollinating plants around the world and helping to make your dinner.
Sit in silence for one minute and listen for as many different bird tweets, chirps, whistles or songs as you can.
Go somewhere you (dis)like. Keep your ears, eyes and nose open... Which sounds, sights and smells are hardest to ignore?
Measure wind speed and direction by blowing bubbles, then report your findings online.
Find this sign and explore the area.
Go for a walk. At each junction flip a coin to decide which direction to go next.
Make your way across this bridge without touching, hearing, tasting, smelling or seeing an insect. If you do, start again!
Put eyes on the backs of your hands and go on an adventure.
Find something dead that is helping something living.
Can you work out which direction is north just by looking for moss on trees?
Find a view that looks natural but sounds unnatural. Close your eyes and imagine the view that matches the sound, then put your fingers in your ears and imagine the sounds that match the view.
Find something hard, soft, sticky, crumbly, silly, cool, brown, tiny, massive, smelly, mean, round, flat, strange, normal, straight, flying, underneath and something new.