30 Days Wild is an initiative by the Wildlife Trusts that encourages everyone to do a Random Acts of Wildness every day of June.
From the Wildlife Trust Website:
Feel happier, healthier and more connected to nature by doing something wild every day for thirty days this June. No matter where you live – from an urban jungle to a windswept mountain – wildlife and wild places are all around, waiting to be discovered by you. Sign up to receive your inspirational pack, containing Random Acts of Wildness cards – bitesize bits of wild inspiration, a beautiful badge and funky stickers to accompany a gorgeous wallchart. We don’t want you to give anything up this June. You don’t have to bake, grow a moustache or dress in funny clothes (although you can if you want, of course). We just want you to give yourself time in the wild: time for you, time your family, time to reconnect with nature.
Share your Random Acts of Wildness on Facebook and Twitter using the Wildlife Trust’s #StayWild and our #OPwild. We look forward to hearing what you’ve done. We’ll post suggestions for Random Acts of Wildness on Facebook and Twitter throughout June.
Here are a few ideas to get you started: create artwork in the wild, have lunch in the wild (ok maybe not on this soggy Wednesday), do a local litter pick, hang bird feeders at work, mark a patch of lawn and let it grow wild. For the 24th June, don’t forget our Bat Detecting Evening in Orchard Park, click the link for more details (due to poor weather on the 24th, this has now been rescheduled for Friday 1st July – meet at the Wildlife Area, end of Ring Fort Road, CB4 (opposite Premier Inn) at 8.30pm).
You can sign up for your free pack from the Wildlife Trusts here