Photograph evidence of where a non-native plant or animal has invaded a local ecosystem. Produce a ‘spotter’s guide’ to these invasive species.
Design a ticket to be used by the animals that cross this bridge.
Explore a local stream, river or lake looking for trash and animals. How many birds, mammals, fish and reptiles do you find for every piece of human waste?
Using a phone or other recording device, record what Devon sounds like.
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?
Save the life of an animal by going litter picking.
Explore somewhere like a giraffe, like a tiger, like a hippopotamus, like a human, like a scorpion, like a hyena and like a Komodo dragon.
Find a plant that is being damaged, hurt or restricted in some way. Write an email on its behalf to someone who might be able to help. Can you get it the help it needs?
Design a memorial to remind people of you.
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.
Thank a bee on this bridge for playing its part in pollinating plants around the world and helping to make your dinner.
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?
Explore outside and calculate how many birds, mammals, fish and reptiles you find for every piece of human waste.
Who can find and climb the lowest tree branch?
Watch Mermaid’s Pool carefully. How many mermaids can you spot? Can you see any evidence of mermaids here?