30 Days Wild will be back this June, but we've got loads of ways to stay wild all year...
Across the UK in June last year people enjoyed doing 'random acts of wildness' to celebrate nature, from listening to birdsong and planting flowers in their gardens to exploring ancient woodlands and insect spotting in wildflower meadows.
30 Days Wild is a very open challenge, and so many people took part: over 350,000 people signed up across the whole country, with over 10 million little 'acts of wildness' taking place, connecting people to nature every day for a whole month.
But it doesn't have to stop here. It's been proven that getting closer to nature is good for your health - and all your posts full of joy and excitement at finding bees, flowers and birds and taking time out to appreciate nature have only reinforced that idea. So let's keep at it! All of our ideas for wild things to do can be used all year, and you can still download our free app to get inspiration.
30 Days Wild 2019 will open for registration in April!
In the meantime, we run events, workshops and open days all year, and have over 100 nature reserves across our three counties just waiting to be explored. Sign up for our free monthly e-news and keep in touch with everything we've got going on all year.
And if you really want to support our work, why not join the Wildlife Trust BCN. If you pay by Direct Debit, you'll get a free book showing you all the best places to see wildlife near you, as well as our members' magazine packed full of inspiring wild stories and images from around the three counties.
Ways to go wild this June
Check out our full list of Wildlife Actions
Leave the car at home
Leave the car at home and cut your environmental footprint.
How to make a seed bomb
Plant wildflower with seed bombs!
How to build a pond
A wildlife pond is one of the single best features for attracting new wildlife to the garden.
How to build a nesting box for birds
With natural nesting sites in decline, putting a nestbox in your garden can make all the difference to your local birds.
How to make your garden a chemical-free zone
Go chemical-free in your garden to help wildlife, make a safer environment for people and pets, and save money!
How to make a woodland edge garden for wildlife
Few of us can contemplate having a wood in our back gardens, but just a few metres is enough to establish this mini-habitat!