Monthly Archives: January 2017

New Pin Locations

Here is a table that shows the countries where our 149 pins are currently located.

We are continuing to add locations.

The aim is to create a local/global experience. Kids learn about the species, plants and areas that are local to them and trade their pins with other kids globally.

Habitat the Game at Conservation Week

It’s easy to add more pins so reach out to us on Facebook , Instagram or Twitter and let us know where you would like to explore. Create a Habitat pin scavenger hunt in your neighbourhood!

Pin  Countries
Highland Cow Scotland
Golden Eagle Scotland
Red Squirrel Scotland
Red Deer Stags Scotland
Scottish Wildcat Scotland
Nessie Scotland
Capercaille Scotland
Pine Marten Scotland
Osprey Scotland
The Cobbler Scotland
Tian Tian Scotland
Gannet Scotland
Hen Harrier Scotland
Northern Lights Scotland
Stone of Destiny Scotland
White-Tailed Sea Eagle Scotland
Standing Stones Circle Scotland
Thistle Scotland
Grey Seal Scotland
Otter Scotland
Shetland Pony Scotland
Kangaroo Paw Australia
Black Swan Australia
Dolphins Australia
Quokka Australia
Grass tree Australia
Whale Shark Australia
Numbat Australia
Western Grey Kangaroo Australia
Western Blue-tongue Skinks Australia
Thylacoleo Australia
Gurrabal Australia
Clown Fish Australia, Malaysia, Japan, Papua New Guniea, Solomon Islands
Red Kangaroo Australia
Fallow Deer England, Ireland, Iceland
Black Cockatoo Australia
Bald Eagle USA, Canada
Manta Ray USA, Hawaii, Australia, South Africa, Japan
Saltwater croc Australia, India, Thailand, Malaysia, Cambodia
Brown Bear USA, Canada, Russia, China, Sweden, Finland, Norway
Bison USA
California Sea Lion USA, Mexico
Dolphins Australia, USA, Mexico, Guatemala
Tundra, Polar Bear USA
Sasha, Amur Tiger USA
Indy, California Sea Lion USA
Betty, Grizzly Bear USA
Houdini, King Cobra USA
Dexter, Magellanic Penguin USA
Cortez, Red-Ruffed Lemur USA
Opal, Silvered Leaf Monkey USA
Tuti, Western Lowland Gorilla USA
Kenya, White-Throated Bee-eater USA
Leo, Baby Snow Leopard USA
Jalak, Bali Mynah USA
Charlie, California Sea Lion USA
Dash, Gentoo Penguin USA
Diver, Scaly-Sided Merganser USA
Zoe, Snow Leopard USA
Biru, Red Panda USA
Sid, Babydool Sheep USA
Dori, California Sea Lion USA
Anura, Dart Poison Frog USA
Binda, Dingo USA
Drummer, Emu USA
Kobo, Hamadryas Baboon USA
Dakota, American Bison USA
Spangles, Andean Bear USA
Mable, Hyacinth Macaw USA
Mags, Pronghorn USA
Cleo, Puma USA
Duke, California Sea Lion USA
Nuka, Pacific Walrus USA
Jacob, Sea Otter USA
Ocellated Turkey Guatemala
King Vulture Venezuela
Kapok Tree Brazil
Tapir Brazil
Jaguar Guatemala
Leafcutter Ant Costa Rica
Giant anteater Honduras
Black howler monkey Belize
Red-Eyed tree frog Nicaragua
Amazon River dolphin Brazil
Green Anaconda Venezuela
African Elephant Kenya
Scarlet Macaw Mexico
Monarch butterfly Mexico
Ruby-throated hummingbird Peru
Blue Morpho Butterfly Costa Rica
Cacao Tree Ecuador
Banana Honduras
Tea plant China
Pineapple Brazil
Flying fox Australia
Rainbow lorikeet Australia
Koala Australia
Humpback whale Australia
Crayfish New Zealand
Silver Fern New Zealand
White Kiwi New Zealand
Hihi New Zealand
Tuatara New Zealand
NZ Fur Seal New Zealand
Octopus New Zealand
Blue Cod New Zealand
Starfish New Zealand
Little Blue Penguin New Zealand
Sasa, Sun Bear New Zealand
Black Oyster Catcher New Zealand
Brown Kiwi New Zealand
Long Finned Eel New Zealand
Kaka New Zealand
Kereu New Zealand
Beaver Mannahatta USA
Bald Eagle USA
Black Bear USA
Puma USA
River Otter USA
Kiani, Orangutan Australia
People’s Climate March USA
People’s Climate March USA
Tasmanian Devil Australia
Giant Panda China, Hong Kong
Polar Bear USA, Canada, Russia, Greenland, Norway
Amur tiger Russia, Korea,  China
King Cobra India, China, Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam
Magellanic penguin Brazil, Argentina, Chile and the Falkland Islands
Red Ruffed Lemur Madagascar
Silvered Leaf Monkey Malaysia and Borneo
Western lowland gorilla  Angola, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Republic of the Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo
White-throated bee-eater Senegal and Uganda
Baby Snow leopard Nepal, India, China, Russia, Pakistan
Bali mynah Indonesia
Gentoo Penguin Falkland Islands, Argentina, Chile, New Zealand
Scaly-Sided Merganser South Korea, China, Japan, Vietnam, Thailand, Russia
Snow Leopard Nepal, India, China, Russia, Pakistan
Red Panda Bhutan, China, Myanma, India, Tibet
Poison Dart Frog Bolivia, Costa Rica, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Venezuela, Peru, Panama and Hawaii
Dingo Australia
Emu Australia
Hamadryas baboon Jordan,Yemen and Saudi Arabia, Eritrea to Ethiopia, Djibouti and Somalia
Andean Bear Panama, Venezuela,Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and Argentina
Hyacinth Macaw  Brazil, Bolivia and Paraguay
Pronghorn USA, Canada, Mexico
Puma Canada, USA, Mexico, Argentina, Brazil, Chile
Pacific Walrus USA, Canada, Greenland, Russia
Sea Otter USA, Canada, Japan, Russia, Mexico
Sun Bear India, Thailand, Bangladesh, Malaysia, Laos, China
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Habitat The Game’s biggest update yet!

Happy New Year Habitaters! We are hitting 2017 with force, starting with our largest and most significant update since the launch of Habitat the Game.

Habitat has always strived to connect our players to nature by encouraging them to get out and explore the world. Yet, we would be lying if we said we had not been inspired by Pokemon Go’s ability to get people outdoors.

That inspiration has led to a revamp of our unique pin system. Until today each pin would only appear in a single location. Now we can spread pins more widely, reaching more players.

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Pin locations encourage players to explore their natural environment, from parks to waterways to urban green spaces. Players can collect pins that represent animals, locations or plants in their local areas and learn all about their pin.

These local pins can then be traded with other players from across the planet!

Our unique pin system incorporates exercise, education and gaming in the real world.

This new update combined with our recent surge in player numbers (15,000 in one day!) sets us up for a brilliant 2017.

We look forward to hearing from our players in the coming weeks! Please let us know places you think pins should appear in your neighborhood.