Make a survey of a hedgerow or wild area. identify six species of wild flowers, grasses or ferns
An outdoor wild area of hedgerow or meadow.
Assign each six/patrol a small (couple of meters squared) area of hedgerow, meadow, or other wild area to survey. Each area should be distanced apart and ideally be a different sort of area.
Each six/patrol, between them, is to draw and label pictures of what they see in their wild area, such that they should be able to identify the species.
For homework, each cub/scout is to identify the species they have drawn.