BIRDS OF Britain teaches bird recognition for the 8-12 age group. From a number of clues, the user has to identify one of thirty birds. The user might be given the information 'I live beside farms. For 5 points, what am I?'. If a wrong answer is given, another piece of information is revealed: 'I nest in trees, holes and chimneys'. Five tries are allowed before the answer, in this case tawny owl, is displayed. Birds Of Britain is a program which will slot into the curriculum of every primary school. Its only deficiency is in the graphical department - no illustrations at all!
Bird Spotter is also available. It basically runs along the lines of a word search using bird names.