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 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?
Find your favourite wild flower. Let it know how you feel about it.
Carry out a dog survey in two different parks.
Check out our lovely Moon one night and draw it carefully. Try to see craters on the Moon's surface and use your skills to draw them.
They say that the suburbs are areas where “they chop down trees and then name streets after them.” Can you find the hidden trees in your own suburban or inner city area?
Draw what you think this view would have looked like 100 year ago and 100 years into the future.
Discover how polluted the local air is by identifying lichens growing on trees.
Identify a problem that faces young people in your area: homelessness, kids without school supplies, lack of playgrounds or another issue.
Create your own interpretation panel for a viewpoint's view.
Hear and record sounds that would have been heard 100, 1000 or even 10,000 years ago.
Explore Exminster Marshes Nature Reserve and and find this footbridge. How high is the water here?
Find the factory where your bag was made.
You're a detective: find out where things come from.
Scientists need your help to find six important bugs. Can you find one of them? If you spot one, take a photo and submit your observation online.