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Go Wild this June for 30 Days Wild!

We love June – as it’s time to join in with the Wildlife Trust’s 30 Days Wild challenge. This month The Wildlife Trust challenge you to do one wild thing a day – 30 simple, fun and exciting Random Acts of Wildness.

 

Your Random Acts of Wildness can be big – like heading out to visit a reserve or small – like taking time to watch a bee. Taking time to connect with nature every day is pretty special and helps us to appreciate how remarkable it really is.

 

To help inspire you we have put together a list of 15 ideas for outdoor Random Acts of Wildness and 10 ideas that work for indoor rainy days 🙂

Here’s 15 ideas for outdoors:
  1. Go for a picnic with a view
  2. Head out to identify wildflowers
  3. Go for a walk in the woods
  4. Go wildlife spotting – here’s where to see wildlife in UK
  5. Go wild swimming 
  6. Lay on the lawn amongst the daisies
  7. Go litter picking
  8. Put up some homes for nature – bird, bat, bee houses for example
  9. Make a pond
  10. Go camping
  11. Make a den in the woods
  12.  Go barefoot in nature
  13. Listen to birdsong
  14. Go for a bug hunt
  15. Start early in the month and you can still plant wildflower seed balls. You could also pop in herb and salad seed balls and just let them flower!
Here’s 10 ideas for indoors:

 

  1. Draw nature
  2. Watch wildlife cameras 
  3. Make bird cake
  4. Watch nature from the window
  5. Draw nature
  6. Write a nature poem
  7. Make a bug house
  8. Write a Wildlife bucket list
  9. Learn to identify trees/wildflowers/animal tracks/birds of prey from below
  10. Watch a nature documentary

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