Players learn about rare, endangered and extinct birds in a bush environment
Pictures of birds in each category of rare, endangered or extinct - enough birds in total for each team to be able to find about six or more each.
A bush or park or playground with trees to play the game in.
Before the activity, hide the birds in the bush or other area, as spread out as possible.
Take the girls for a walk in the area chosen, with the instructions that they are looking for birds.
Each team collects as many as they find.
Ask the girls to agree on what rare, endangered or extinct mean
Then play a relay game where the birds have to be put into the correct category of rare, endangered or extinct.