Sharing Nature with Children - Animals Animals Game
The following games are a great way to learn more about the plants and animals that live in our national parks.
Sharing Nature with Children - Camera Game
To highlight the importance of hollows for habitat conservation based on a variation of the game Musical Chairs.
To demonstrate the impacts of feral cat predation. This can be changed to other introduced predators such as foxes or dogs.
This game raises park management issues including predation by introduced animals and the resulting disruption to natural processes.
To encourage people to use touch to sense the texture of trees without the use of sight. Makes them think more about differences and why this is important.
Bats navigate using sonar called echolocation. This activity can help illustrate how echolocation works with bats.
To encourage participants to think about animal features, lifestyles and adaptations.