Grab your family and venture outside for a nature walk and some Bird Bingo! See how many different birds you can see and use your binoculars and Bird ID book to identify them!
What You’ll Need
Bird Bingo Sheet
Markers, stickers, or bingo daubers
A bird identification book
What to Do
Download and print EALT’s Bird Bingo Sheet!
Go on a nature walk with family or friends!
Use your binoculars to look for birds. Also, listen for the sounds of different birds.
When you spot one or hear one, use your bird identification book or a bird sound identification app to identify it, if you don’t already know it.
Cross that bird off your bird bingo sheet using a marker, sticker, or bingo dauber.
The first person or group with a row full shouts BIRD BINGO!
What habitats did you find the most birds in?
What colour were most of the birds you saw? Why do you think they are this colour?
Did you see one type of bird multiple times? Which one(s)?
Which birds were hard to tell apart? How did you figure out which one was which?
Blog post written by Shawn Eckert, SCiP intern.