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Activities

Television and the internet are not the only entertainment! All our make 'n' do activities are fun, easy and many are good for wildlife as well.

Stuff to make

Make your own wildlife blog

Eight year-old Rudi writes a blog called Tarka Challenge. It's jam-packed with information about where he's been, what he's seen and some fabulous photos! If you're inspired by Rudi's writings, why not start your own blog? More...

Make your own wildlife blog

Animal tracks

Do you ever look on a muddy path for signs of who or what has been there? More...

Animal tracks

Make a nestbox

If you'd like to help the birds in your garden, why not have a go at making your own nestbox? More...

Make a nestbox

Make a flock of fingers

These starling finger puppets are really easy to make. Why not make a starling for each finger and create a whole flock? More...

Make a flock of starlings

Make a recycled bird feeder

Let the birds eat out in style - turn your junk into a bird restaurant! More...

Make a recycled bird feeder

Make a speedy bird cake

Give the birds a treat and keep them happy with this quick and easy cake recipe. More...

Make a speedy bird cake

Stuff to do

Become a Hen Harrier Hero

Help one of our most threatened birds of prey by taking part in our Hen Harrier Hero Awards and find out all about these spectacular skydancers! More...

Become a Hen Harrier Hero

Bird Top Trumps

You'll love this Bird Life version of Top Trumps starring the birds you're most likely to see in your garden. Play with your friends and family and see who has the best Big Card Birdwatch skills. More...

Bird Top Trumps

Spot Snap

This is the trickiest game of snap you'll ever play. So tricky, that you'll see spots in front of your eyes. Lots and lots of spots! Are you ready for Spot Snap? More...

Spot Snap

Owl pellets - how to study their contents

It's amazing what you can find out about owl's and other birds by dissecting their pellets. They're like little food diaries for the bird. More...

Owl pellets - how to study their contents

Wildlife Action Awards

This award scheme for children helps them discover wildlife and do practical things to help. It's easy and fun, so what are you waiting for? More...

Wildlife Action Awards