This June, join thousands of people across the UK, who will be doing something a little bit wild every day.
The Wildlife Trusts are challenging us all to join in with their 30 Days Wild Campaign and to feel happier, healthier and more connected to nature by doing something wild every day throughout June. We all know the benefit of spending time outside and getting close to nature. In today’s busy world, we sometimes need that extra reminder to stop and appreciate the natural world around us.
Taking part is simple. Carry out a Random Act of Wildness every day, for 30 days. Make a daisy chain. Explore your local woods. Eat your lunch outside. Play pooh sticks with your friends. Go on a wildlife treasure hunt. Make a den. There are no giving things up for this campaign. It’s all about getting outside, having fun and making time to connect with nature.
No matter where you are in the UK, your Wildlife Trust is protecting and standing up for wildlife and wild places in your area. The Wildlife Trusts believe that everyone deserves to live in a wildlife-rich world, and everyone should have the opportunity to experience wildlife and wild places in their daily lives. They care passionately about wildlife and conserving our natural heritage, and care for 2,300 diverse and beautiful nature reserves, from remote woods and rivers to inner city nature parks. Most people live within a few miles of one of these beautiful sites so why not visit a couple of them as your Random Acts of Wildness?
You can sign up to take part in 30 Days Wild 2018 here either as an individual, workplace or school. You’ll receive a pack of wild goodies plus lots of ideas to help you go wild. For even more inspiration you can also download the 30 Days Wild App. Make sure you share all your wild adventures with everyone else taking #30DaysWild.