Awesome Board Games About Birds

All of our pets may have fur and not feathers, but that doesn’t mean we don’t have a vast appreciation for the beauty of our feathered friends. Seeing (or hearing) a new bird during our adventures always leads to joint research to discover what it is and the unique qualities it has. And it always makes me wish I knew more bird species. Luckily, we’ve found an easy (and fun!) way to increase our bird knowledge.

There is a wonderful selection of educational board games about birds that you family can play together.

Use this list of bird board games for kids and adults to educate your family about a large variety of birds, habitats, wingspans, nests, and more.

Board games about birds

This is probably one of my favorite lists of educational board games for families to play because it includes one of my gateway games: Wingspan.

Below is a list of bird board games, some details about them, and some of my favorite aspects (if we’ve played them.) You’ll find bird games for kids, easy bird card games, board games for birders, and more in the list.


Wingspan Board Game - A Bird-Collection, Engine-Building STONEMAIER Game for 1-5 Players, Ages 14+
  • Competitive, card-driven, engine-building board game.
  • Challenging strategy game recommended for those ages 14 plus
  • Game includes 170 unique bird cards, 26 bonus cards and 16 Automa cards, 103 food tokens and 75 egg minatures, 5 custom wooden dice and 5 palyer mats, 1 birdfeeder dice tower and 2-piece Game Trayz custom tray, 1 goal mat and 8 goal tiles, 1 first-player token and 40 action cubes, 4 clear plastic resource containers, 1 scorepad, and 3 rulebooks.
  • Product measures 11.5 x 11.5 x 3 inches.
  • English (Publication Language)

Not only was Wingspan our “gateway” game into heavier board games, it was also my first solo play. Not gonna lie – solo play for Wingspan is super relaxing to me and that is huge.

If you’re considering getting Wingspan, I highly recommended doing two things: watch the video below (it’s the one we watched to get started) and follow the Quick-Start Guide that comes with it. We were super intimidated by trying a more complex game, but these two things simplified it tremendously!

How easily can kids play? Depends on their attention span, in my opinion. Our daughter (age 4.5) likes to look at the pretty birds, sort eggs, place eggs, hand out food, and use the dice tower – but that’s about it. She’s a great helper, but definitely not in a place to play on her own. We’ve been wanting to try these Wingspan co-operative rules to see if that makes it more fun.

Bird Bingo

Laurence King Publishing Bird Bingo
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 160 Pages - 09/19/2012 (Publication Date) - Laurence King Publishing (Publisher)

Bird Bingo is a family favorite. It was only of our first purchases for “gameschooling” type games and it has been a huge hit in our house for years. It’s typical bingo, but with birds and more beautiful artwork, that’s accompanied with a book that has information about each bird on the board.

If you’re looking for board games about birds for kids and families, this is the one. We’ve been playing this with our daughter since she was 3ish.

Songbirds Card Game

If you’re looking for a more portable bird game to play, Songbirds is a good option. It’s a small boxed game that relies mostly on cards with no board so it’s much more suited to carrying around.

Songbirds also has a solo mode which I’ve played numerous times and still struggle to “win” based off of the points. But it’s entertaining enough for me to keep trying!

Match a Pair of Birds: A Memory Game

Match a Pair of Birds: A Memory Game
  • Laurence King
  • English (Publication Language)
  • 50 Pages - 08/04/2015 (Publication Date) - Laurence King Publishing (Publisher)

While I would argue that Bird Bingo can easily be used as a memory matching game for birds, this game might be better suited for this if you’re looking for a more compact and dedicated bird matching game.

Match a Pair of Birds is pretty self-explanatory, but one thing to note is that it’s matching a male and female pair of birds. It’s a great way to take a look at the differences between them and encourage further study of the bird.

What Bird Am I?

Bird Trivia Game "What Bird Am I?" - The Ultimate Educational Trivia Card Game Featuring Over 300 Cards
  • Designed to Put Your Birding Knowledge to the Test
  • With Three Levels of Difficulty this Fun Game Will Provide Fun for Novice, Intermediate and Truly Serious Birders.
  • Includes 300 Beautiful Bird Photo and an Easy to Use Scoring System
  • The Ultimate Game for Any Bird Lover
  • Proudly Made in the USA

What Bird Am I? is a great game for birders who want to test their knowledge. There are three levels (novice, intermediate, and expert) so a variety of players can play this game.


Learning German? Or hoping to learn about German birds? Piepmatz is a shorter, fairly simple card game that includes a bit of strategy in the play.

Other Bird Games for Kids

Don't Break the Ice Game, Multicolor
  • Players tap out ice blocks one by one
  • To win, keep Phillip the Penguin on top
  • Play with 2-4 players
  • Includes 2 mallets, ice tray frame, 4 ice tray legs,1 large ice block, 32 small ice blocks, Phillip the Penguin figure, and instructions
  • English (Publication Language)
Blue Orange Games Chickyboom Award Winning Wooden Skill Building Balancing Game for Kids
  • COLORFUL PRESCHOOL BALANCING GAME: With this fun game, kids will exercise fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. Great STEM activity to learn balance, counting with basic additions, and to strengthen social skills. Easy to understand and play - no reading required
  • HOW TO PLAY: Stack up all the chickens, wagon wheels and hay barrels on the perch and balance it on the roof of the barn. Then remove the pieces one at a time before they lose their balance and the perch topples! Add the point value of each piece collected and get the highest score to win!
  • KID FRIENDLY: Chickyboom makes the perfect first balancing and counting game with easy to follow instructions for children and parents alike. Help develop a sense of balance, counting skills, strategic thinking, turn-taking, hand-eye coordination, dexterity and fine motor skills with this fun, fast game for kids. For 2-4 players, perfect for ages 4+
  • This fun wooden balancing game INCLUDES 6 fun chickens, 7 hay bales, 7 wagon wheels, a barn, a perch, simple and kid friendly instructions. Chickyboom makes a great addition to your kindergarten, homeschool, or preschool learning toys and games collection
  • AWARD WINNER: Chickyboom is part of Blue Orange’s award winning classic, wooden, preschool game collection including Pengoloo, Zimbbos, Gobblet Gobblers, Keekee the Rocking Monkey and Kitty Bitty. Blue Orange offers some of the best board games for kids with games like Dr. Eureka, Fastrack, Kingdomino
Hey, That's My Fish
  • Frenzied fun for any setting, from a light and family-friendly experience to a tense and strategically satisfying face-off.
  • Accessible for players of any experience level, from casual to competitive gamer.
  • Easy to learn
  • Language : English
  • Jakeliunas, Alvydas (Author)
Ravensburger 60001834 Friends of a Feather Game For Boys & Girls Age 3 & Up - A Fun & Fast Family Card Game You Can Play Over & Over, Multicolor
  • What you get - 50 feather cards, 4 bird card holders, 1 nest board and instructions.
  • Fun play experience - you can play a game in 15 minutes, and it's perfect for 2-5 players, which makes this a perfect gift for families who enjoy playing board games together.
  • Easy to understand instructions – friends Of a feather comes with a clearly written instruction manual that's easy to understand - you can start playing right away!
  • Great replay value – gameplay that levels up with your child and engages older siblings., which makes each game unique so this preschool game can be played over and over.
  • Long term quality - Ravensburger has been making products for the hand, head, and heart for over 130 years.
Peaceable Kingdom Count Your Chickens Award Winning Cooperative Counting Game for Kids
  • FARM FUN: The baby chicks have flown the coop & Mama Hen needs help to bring them back. Spin & count numbers to travel and collect chicks while working together. Gather all the chicks & everyone wins!
  • COOPERATIVE COUNTING: Remove competitive stress, empower young learners & teach kids that playing together can be fun! A counting game to help kids learn at a young age how easy it is to cooperate!
  • BENEFITS:Cooperative games cultivate emotional development, shared decision making, positive self esteem, creative problem solving and develop a sense of community in a non-stressful play environment.
  • WHO CAN PLAY: From 2-4 kids ages 3 and older can enjoy Count your Chickens. Includes: 1 game board, 1 mother hen with stand, 40 baby chick markers, 1 spinner and instructions. Game play is approximately 15 minutes.
  • PLAYING IS GROWTH: Frequent play for children is beneficial on many levels. Play creates opportunity for social skill development, numerous cognitive benefits, and can improve emotional well being.
Peaceable Kingdom Hoot Owl Hoot - Cooperative Matching Game For Kids
  • HURRY LITTLE OWLS: In this color coordinated matching game, players cooperate to help the owls fly back to their nest before the sun comes up. Help all the owls home before sunrise and everyone wins!
  • LEARNING AND GROWING: Kids learn simple strategy, following directions & taking turns. Two levels of play allow the game to grow with your child and lets older kids play with younger ones too.
  • BENEFITS: Cooperative games cultivate emotional development, shared decision making, positive self esteem, creative problem solving, and develop a sense of community in a non-stressful play environment.
  • HOW TO PLAY: Play a color card and fly to that space. Draw a sun card and you're one step closer to daylight. Players can move any owl on their turn and talk together about how to get owls home & win.
  • WHO CAN PLAY: 2-4 Players. Recommended for Ages 4-8. Game includes 1 game board, 6 owl tokens, 1 sun token, 14 sun cards, 36 color cards and instructions for two versions of game play
Lucky Ducks - The Memory and Matching Game That Moves - Includes A Fun Pop The Pig Make-A-Match Card Game
  • A modern version of a traditional matching game that moves while players try to find a match
  • Simple format is easier for little fingers than cards and allows for independent gameplay
  • Reinforces key developmental skills like color matching and memory
  • More than 10 million units sold of this popular childhood game!
  • Includes a fun Pop the Pig Make-A-Match Card Game.For 2-4 players, ages 3 and up

Other Bird Board Games

Playroom Entertainment CuBirds , Blue
  • Ages 8+, 2-5 players, plays in 20'
  • High quality product with beautiful artwork!
  • Easy to learn and easy to play!
  • Two ways to play!
  • English (Publication Language)
AEG Flock Board Game Board Games
  • Ages 14 and up
  • Number of players: 2-5
  • Playing time: 30 minutes

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Did I miss any board games about birds? What are your favorites to play?

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