Do something WILD this June

by Sarah Ryman Wildlife

This June, join thousands of people taking part in The Wildlife Trusts annual nature challenge, 30 Days Wild!

Do one wild thing a day throughout the whole month: for your health, wellbeing and for the planet. That’s 30 simple, fun and exciting Random Acts of Wildness.

Visit the website for a free, downloadable pack of goodies to help you plan your wild month, plus lots of ideas to inspire you to stay wild all throughout June (and beyond!). For extra ‘bonus’ items, keep an eye on your emails for additional, fun activities, from instructions for baking hedgehog cupcakes to a beginner’s guide to wildlife photography.

You can take part individually, with your family, as part of a school or group or even as a business. If you are a childminder and want to take part with your children - the schools pack will be best suited to you.

Contents of the pack will vary depending on the option you select. As many schools, businesses and care homes are not fully open at the current time these packs will provide you with inspiring activities that can be adapted no matter your living, working or teaching situation.

In the current nature and climate emergency, we’re seeing more people affected by eco-anxiety – feeling overwhelmed by the damage to our environment and not knowing what to do to help. This, along with other stresses, aren’t good for us. But with 30 Days Wild from the Wildlife Trusts you can incorporate some simple nature-based activities into your daily life and feel the benefit. These activities can lower blood pressure, take our minds away from our day-to-day concerns and help us relax, as well as providing simple ways to help wildlife.- Dr Amir Khan, GP and Ambassador for The Wildlife Trusts

Always follow latest government advice on social distancing and for the latest Wildlife Trusts Covid-19 statement, follow this link.

Start your #RandomActsOfWildness today!

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