Coastal Nature Bingo

Introduction

Here on the Fleurieu we are blessed with unique coastal and marine environments. Experience the plants, animals and birds of these places using these nature bingo sheets. A new way for you to experience our local environment. Notice and discover the amazing natural world on our doorstep.

Join in

The Costal Nature Bingo is a simple way for young people to engage with the nature around them. The Bingo sheet presents a variety of plants, animals, birds and insects for you to try and find. This sheet have been developed by the Normanville Natural Resource Centre to share the joy of our local environment with you.

Competition

NNRC Nature Bingo Competition - tell us how you go - we would love to hear from you! Send us a photo of something you saw, or tell us about something interesting you noticed while using these nature bingo sheets and go in the draw to win one of three small prizes. Send your photos or short comment via email to maddie@nnrc.com.au or on Facebook tagging @NormanvilleNaturalResourceCentre and #NNRCNatureBingo. (Note that we may share your photos further). Winners will be drawn at random and notified via email or Facebook message.

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Nature Bingo -Along the Coast
Our coastal environment is rich in life and biodiversity. Discover some of the common (and some rarer) species along the coast. Stop and notice what is around you.
Can you find them all? How long will it take you?
Add some interest to your next walk and work your way through our coastal nature bingo sheet.

Acknowledge

As you explore, remember that we are on Kaurna land. We acknowledge and pay our respects to the Traditional Owners of these lands, the Kaurna People of the Adelaide Plains. We pay our respects to Elders past and present and respect their spiritual beliefs and connections to land which are of continuing importance to the living Kaurna people of today.

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