The bird bingo game features 48 species of birds from around the world. With beautiful watercolour illustrations and multiple levels of complexity, it will bring joy to bird enthusiasts of all ages. Spot all kinds of birds—from the sparrow to the bald eagle and from the peafowl to the kiwi bird—mark them off on your card and “bingo!”
The game features:
- 32 bingo cards—among them are cards that feature birds from all over the world, cards that feature birds from particular continents only (North America, Eurasia, and Australia and Oceania), and cards that showcase the differences between the males and females of the same species
- three distinct types of cards—type 1 features both the picture of the bird and its name, type 2 features only the pictures, and type 3 features only the name. Any of them can be used either as bingo cards (by printing one per player) or as tokens (by cutting the card).
- rules for playing 3 variations of bingo, a memory game, and a sorting game
The list of species included in the game: northern cardinal, blue jay, house sparrow, American robin, American goldfinch, Eurasian bullfinch, common grackle, black-capped chickadee, snowy owl, splendid fairywren, mandarin duck, Indian peafowl, Raggiana bird-of-paradise, wild turkey, golden pheasant, mallard duck, magnificent frigatebird, ruby-throated hummingbird, common ostrich, bald eagle, Atlantic puffin, common kingfisher, Australian pelican, California condor, Canada goose, grey crowned crane, greater flamingo, emperor penguin, common magpie, Gouldian finch, Eurasian nuthatch, barn owl, great spotted woodpecker, emu, common kiwi bird, toco toucan, grey heron, peregrine falcon, pink cockatoo, little penguin, common loon, satin bowerbird, horned coot, southern cassowary, tawny frogmouth, green catbird, kakapo, and shining bronze-cuckoo.
Players: 2-10 (but can be extended to larger groups)
Duration: 15 minutes per round
The game works on:
- bird identification skills
- memory development
- reaction skills