The Christmas Wildlife Safari Quiz

This quiz has been written to support Thame COP – a group of local volunteers who are working to raise awareness of the issues being discussed at COP 28 and explore how they might impact us in Thame, on a local level. 

The quiz is geared towards children aged 3 – 11, and our prizes are generously donated by Adroit Services, and 21st Century Thame. 


We know these aren’t your stereotypical Christmas Animals, but they are all animals that are at risk, and animals that need our support on a local level. 

Enter your answers to the quiz through the form below. Answers will be displayed here after the quiz closes. 

‘The truth is, every one of us, no matter who we are or where we live, can and must play a part in restoring nature,’

David Attenborough.


How you can support wildlife locally

Below there are a list of opportunities for you to get involved with, to play your part to support animals locally in Thame. These are all delivered by committed groups of volunteers. 

If you care about making a difference locally to tackle climate change then explore more about Thame’s Environmental groups here

Thame Environmental Groups

  • Become a Hedgehog Champion in Thame and surrounds
  • Visit Tiggywinkles Animal Hospital in Haddenham.
  • Make a pond. Make sure that there is a ramp so hedgehogs can escape.
  • Put up bird boxes and/or bat boxes in your garden.
  • Plant some bulbs for early pollinators.
  • Leave some of your garden unmown
  • Put a mat down in your garden for reptiles.
  • Avoid using slug pellets or pesticides.
  • Grow some wildflowers.
  • Plant some trees with Thame Trees.
  • Feed the birds.
  • Provide a bird bath for birds to drink or wash.
  • Come along to Climate Café at Cob Cottage Café in Chinnor (last Weds of each month)
  • Join a wildlife trust such as BBOWT, The Woodland Trust, RSPB or The Butterfly Trust.
  • Log your acts of kindness for nature on