#30dayswild Ideas for you to get involved with The Wildlife Trusts' biggest campaign.
We love The Wildlife Trust and are huge supporters of the work they do, June is one of my favourite times because it is #30dayswild The Wildlife Trusts' biggest campaign to get people involved in nature throughout June.
We have taken part for around 3 years now so this is our 4th year and even though the boys are getting older we all still love to get involved.
So what is #30dayswild?
30 Days Wild is the UKs only 30 day long nature challenge brought to you by The Wildlife Trust. Encouraging people of all ages to get involved with nature.
It is not too late, you can still download the pack online if you don't have one already.
Here are some ideas for you to do over the month.
Big Wild Breakfast
Visit a reserve
Go on a wild Picnic (Take your rubbish home)
Explore near a river, maybe you could spot some tadpoles/frogs
Make a bug house
Listen to birdsong
Plant some pollinator friendly plants
Wild art - Paint outdoors, colour in in the garden etc.
Make bird feeders
Walk barefoot on the grass
Go on a forest walk
Litter pick your local park/beach or streets
Climb a tree, what can you see?
Make seed bombs
Watch the live webcams from The Wildlife Trusts
Big Wild Weekend starts Go camping!
Start a nature journal
Mini beast hunt
Read something wild
Go to the beach
Grow a mini meadow
Go pond dipping
There you have 30 ideas to keep you busy during June. We plan to visit some of our favourite reserves throughout the month and some new ones too. We have a camping trip planned and will be going on some nature trails. I will be updating a weekly diary and sharing it on the blog for anyone who would like to follow our journey. Have fun and go wild!
Check out these other posts
Our guide to Low Barns Nature Reserve