How to play: Download the bingo card Look for animals in your neighborhood Take pictures of the animals you see Check off animals as you see them When you get a bingo, email firstname.lastname@example.org for a prize!
photocredit: Jaedyn Ruli, female cardinal (left), Robin Trynin, male cardinal (right)
A black beetle Beetles come in all the colors of the rainbow- some can even change color! Find any black beetle, and check off a box on your bingo. Pictured is a patent leather beetle aka a bess beetle. They live in the New Jersey Pine Barrens and eat decomposing wood!
Pillbug aka Roly poly aka isopods
Pillbugs may look like insects, but they're actually crustaceans! They're more closely related to lobsters than lightning bugs! Look under planters and rocks to find these cuties.
A Gray moth There are so many ways to be a moth, and lots of moths are gray! Some moths are yellow, or orange, or white or blue, and many other colors!
photocredit: Jaedyn Ruli
Robin Photocredit: Jaedyn Ruli
Domestic cats come in many colors! They are excellent buddies and wonderful pets. Historians think that humans have lived with domestic cats since 7500 BC!
Unfortunately, if you see a kitty cat outside, they are posing a danger to birds! Domestic cats should stay indoors for their safety and the safety of native wildlife.