30 Days Wild

Can you do something wild every day for a month?

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Across the UK in June people are 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.

This is a very open challenge. All you need to do is have an experience with nature (a random act of wildness) every day for a month. It's up to you what you do but if you'd like some ideas why not download our free app

If you sign up to the challenge online, you'll also get our free pack with a poster, wall chart and lots of fun ideas for random acts of wildness. 

You can take part as a group, at your workplace or school, or as an individual... so what are you waiting for?

Sign up for your free pack today!

And don't forget to let us know what you get up to with the #30DaysWild hashtag on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

Get involved

The three counties of Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire & Northamptonshire are wonderful places to experience nature. Why not explore some of our 120+ nature reserves or join in with one of our events.

We've got a Big Wild Weekend coming up at the Nene Wetlands visitor centre on 16 and 17 June, and loads of other ways to get involved across all three counties, including family drop-in sessions at Paxton Pits or a guided orchid walk at Sharpenhoe Clappers.

If you want to go even further, why not sign up to the Rothschild Way Challenge? You can walk the 39-mile walk on 23 June across the Cambridgeshire countryside on your own or in relay, and all to raise money to help look after the wildlife of the Great Fen.

Our top five ideas for random acts of wildness:

  • Visit your local nature reserve
  • Listen to the dawn chorus 
  • Climb a tree
  • Keep a record of garden wildlife (and send it to your local records centre)
  • Watch the sunrise or sunset

Discover Bluebells

Spring is the season for woodland wildflowers. Ancient woodlands come alive with bluebells in this season.

Discover more on our special page.

Bluebells by Sarah LambertImage: Sarah Lambert